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Discover Life in America (DLIA) is the non-profit organization coordinating the All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI) for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The ATBI seeks to identify every species that exists in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Some scientists estimate that up to 100,000 species live in the park, and as of today a little over 17,000 species have been documented.

DLIA's ATBI program has discovered over 920 species new to science and over 7,600 species previously not known to inhabit the park! These high resolution scans, pictured above, have been created to showcase some of the beauty and diversity that exists within the park.

While black bears and elk are mascots of the Smokies, there is another world to discover if you look more closely.

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2015 Results of DLIA Coordinated Bioblitzes

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