Hi again, Eve!
Looking at some of your “multiple individuals in a single encounter” links, you could mean that one or both of two things are going on:
- You have several different images (a.k.a. media assets) associated with a single encounter. Some of these media assets only contain one animal with a bounding box in green drawn around it, denoting an annotation. Scrolling through the media assets, maybe you’re noticing that the bounding boxes in green are featuring different animals. If this is the case, I think what I would recommend would be removing the images not belonging to the focal animal of the encounter (hamburger menu → remove this image), and then uploading that image as part of a separate encounter (navbar → Submit → Report an encounter). See Encounter | Wild Me Docs for more details
- Maybe instead you mean that multiple animals are being shown with bounding boxes drawn around them, one in green and maybe one or more in gold/yellow. In this case, the green bounding box is showing the animal (or animal part, in some wildbooks) of the focal encounter. You can click to see the other animal (or part) - which has a different encounter it is associated with generated automatically! - by hovering over the yellow/gold bounding box and clicking the arrow that pops up. When you’re in that new encounter page, you can associate it with a (brand new or already-existing) marked individual as Jason Holmberg indicated here: New Individual in an Encounter/New Encounter - #4 by jason.
If you haven’t had a chance to peruse the Wild Me Docs yet, I’d definitely recommend it. I use it as a reference myself all of the time!
Incidentally, if you notice anything in that documentation that is not crystal clear, we would love to hear about it!I hope that this answers your question, but if i doesn’t, please don’t hesitate to seek further clarification!