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Video: Vanishing Species – Biodiversity


In this section, I talk about the problem of Vanishing Species. The topic is Biodiversity, which is a measure of the number of species in a certain area. Biodiversity is extremely important because it adds beauty, provides stability and because life depends on life. No organism exists in isolation and when one species is affected, it has a cascading effect.

I talk about the threats to Biodiversity. Things like Habitat loss, habitat fragmentation and habitat degradation. Under the topic of Habitat degradation, I talk about Air, Water and Land pollution.

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Leslie Samuel

Leslie Samuel is the creator of Interactive Biology. His mission is to use this site to Make Biology fun for people all over the world.

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