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Video: Conservation of Biodiversity


This is section 4.2 in the book “Biology: Dynamics of Life”. Now that I’ve dealt with the topic of Biodiversity and shown how important it is to life in general, it’s time to look at some of the efforts that are made in order to preserve Biodiversity. I deal with the topics of setting up nature preserves and habitat corridors, and also talk about how reintroduction programs are used to counteract the problem of endangered and threatened species.

At the end, I talk about a number of endangered and threatened species – animals like the California Condor, the American Aligator and the Tibetan Yak.

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Leslie Samuel

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