What biome has the most diverse communities of organisms?


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Rain Forest (:


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The least biologically diverse biome in the world is the tundra. The most biologically diverse biome in the world is the tropical rain forest.

The most diverse biome on Earth is the rainforest. The amazon biome is most diverse among all of the rainforests. New species continue to be found. Between 2010 and 2013 as many as 441 new species were found.

The rainforest biome contains 50% of all the species in the world, making it the most diverse biome, and home to the greatest amount of species.

If I'm interpreting your question right...Organisms live everywhere in the world. The most diverse being the marine biome and the least diverse being the desert (I think).Organisms that provide food can be anything really. Autotrophs create their own food and provide food for herbivores, which in return provide food for carnivores and omnivores.

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marine biome f*ck the person who put marine biome because that's b*llshit The most diverse biome is actually the wetlands but many still assert that it is the tropcial rain forest.

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Coral Reefs. For more info, look it up yourself. :D

-it is the largest biome in the world - there are 7 major oceans in the marine biome -most organisms live near the shore

Buddhist communities are so diverse that there is not just one answer to this question. For example there are ordained and lay communities in most countries in the world. Most probably engage in a dedicated temple.

Owls can be found in almost every biome. Snowy owls can be found in the tundra, while burrowing owls can be found in the desert. They are one of the most diverse and adaptable birds of prey.

The tropic's because you have a lot of plant life and animal life in many different varieties.

in the deciduous forest biome :)add. don't forget the oceanic bioeme, the grasslands, and the conifers.

Forests contain about 70% of the biomass, the total weight of living organisms.

i read about this in class, marine because it take up 70% of the earth. It's not just diverse because it takes up that much space, it is because there are a lot of different species living amongst one another.

the answer is biome ecosystem community population organisims i think thats right i hope so i'm not a geinus so i don't know.

The tundra is the biome with the most permafrost.

To my calculations,the biome that receives the most rainfall is an tropical rainforest.

yes, savanna is the most related todesserts and it is most defintly is aBiome.

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Several organisms diversified during the Jurassic period. Crocodiles became larger and more diverse. Dinosaurs and birds diversified and thrived. Of all the organisms in the Jurassic Period, plants diversified the most.

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