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when the highest biodiversity compared to other terrestrial ecosystem.when i defined biodiversity to the group. what is the definition could i given?

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Plantation agriculture require that all species except 1 or 2 are eliminated. Biodiversity is a concept that values the larger number of species compared to the total number of species. Plantation agriculture devalues biodiversity almost to existence.


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Low, there aren't many species that live in the Sahara Desert compared to a rain forest so the biodiversity is low



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well living things is when things are real so in that case ecosystem and living things compared with eachother so thats why its an sharing compastion


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