Biodiversity By:Andi

What is biodiversity?

Biodiversity refers to the variety of life. It is seen in the number of species in an ecosystem or on the entire Earth.


What are ecosystems?

An ecosystem is a large community of living organisms (plants and animals) in a particular area. The living and physical components are linked together through nutrient cycles and energy flows. Ecosystems can be of any size.


How do humans use biodiversity?

Humans use biodiversity to survive. We use it because we eat animals and plants to survive, and animals and plants are biodiversity.

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Why and how is biodiversity being lost?

Biodiversity is being lost because us humans are using biodiversity to survive. So we are basically killing biodiversity slowly.

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What is the animal kingdom with examples.

The animal kingdom is a basic group of natural objects that includes all living and extinct animals.


The five animal groups are insects, fish, mamals, birds, and reptiles as shown above.

What is the plant kingdom with examples.

New Plants are one of five big groups (kingdoms) of living things. They are autotrophic eukaryotes, which means they have complex cells, and make their own food. Usually they cannot move (not counting growth).


The seven classifying groups are kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species.

How are these kingdoms related to biodiversity and ecosystems?

The kingdoms are related to biodiversity because biodiversity uses the kingdoms for classifying.

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