Intent: To mark a particular plant or animal location. My interest is in diving where coral is often a significant feature on a map. (Note: coral is an animal.) This may be useful for botanical gardens, natural parks, historic trees or territorial animals (especially if they are localized in a reliable place e.g. damsel fish).
A single or group of life forms may be marked. For example a single kelp (node) or a kelp forest (area).
This is a broader proposal than trees and functionally overlaps to a large extent.
"natural"="life" "name"="Brain Coral Pinnacle" "life:species"="platygyra daedalea" "life:common_name"="brain coral" "life:depth"="24m" "life:height"="2m" Physical. Node/Linear/Area.
Depth attribute only applies to underwater life.
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