The Importance Of Biological Diversity

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Biological diversity is being lost on a global and local level every day. The loss in biodiversity, especially in plant species, can affect how productive ecosystems are and how well they function. Taking a look at ecosystems with high amounts of biological diversity can provide great insight to how it helps the ecosystem function properly and be more productive. The Amazon is a great case of tons of biodiversity in the environment. This makes the Amazon one of the most productive ecosystems in the world. Sadly, biodiversity is being lost and the effects will eventually be seen by humans. Something needs to be done about this problem. Wildlife conservation projects help in restoring ecosystems and protecting wildlife. These projects are not organized easily because of how many people are affected. Communication between wildlife services, governments, businesses, and residents is crucial for the success of a project. Awareness on the importance of biodiversity and its benefits is the first step in being able to communicate and plan a project.Ecosystems can provide benefits to humans if they are functioning properly. The functioning of an ecosystem depends on how the organisms in it are interacting with one another. Ecosystems with more biodiversity tend to operate better and be more productive. The Amazon rainforest is an example that really exemplifies this. It is one of the most diverse forest in the world, and is also one of the most productive. The Amazon does great
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