Our millionth biodiversity record has just gone into the PREDICTS database. Victoria Kemp got us close with a large Canadian study of mites and Collembola, and Sam Hill reached the milestone with a Cameroonian study of plants at fifty sites. We currently have 348 data sets, with over 11,800 sites, spanning 67 countries and 182 ecoregions - with a total of 1,008,069 records. Huge thanks to everyone who has shared their data with us, and to all the team who have been working so hard all summer to collate it.