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great coral reefs – north of Australia
The country of “The Ocean”Tough call. I’m going with Australia, which borders the Great Barrier Reef.
I would be tempted to say Australia’s Great Barrier Reef!
I am pretty sure there isnt a marine hotspot that is more diverse than that place.
Dubai, UAE.MadagascarI believe the answer would be Brazil…but maybe not…I would think one of the countries in the Amazon region or perhaps in the central Af
basically it means all the variety of species that inhabit the Earth. what type of places they inhabit e.g. ecosystems and what they contribute
Sunlight, sunlight, sunlight.
It’s nice and warm there, because of the sunlight.
The sunlight intensity is at a maximum all year ’round, and so there’s plenty
Ontario’s biodiversity. Ontario is home to more than 30000 different species ranging from polar bears along the shores of Hudson Bay to the eastern prickly pear cactus on Pelee Island
Short, musical montage of beautiful endangered (and non-endangered) species that inhabit our world with inspiring messages. No narration. Produced in cooperation with the American Zoological and Aquar
Cynthia Graber reports on efforts to preserve Peru’s vast crop diversity, in the field and on the dinner table. Video: Cynthia Graber
This inspiring footage of birds and wildlife celebrates the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s long-standing tradition of documenting and sharing information about the natural world. Thanks to you, that tra
…HYDERABAD: The foundation stone for a Rs 100 crore worth biodiversity museum in the city will be laid during the international biodiversity meet, Conference of Parties 11 (COP 11) scheduled to be held in Hyderabad this October. This was announced by R ……
Glimpses of Creatures in Their Physical Worlds offers an eye-opening look into how the characteristics of the physical world drive the designs of anim
The World Atlas of Biodiversity is an updated edition of Global Biodiversity: Status of the Earth’s Living Resources, originally published in 1992 and
This book provides a contemporary overview of the world’s oceans. It identifies and describes the various problems which continue to threaten enviro
…e. “The human activities have raised the rate of extinction to 1,000 times its usual rate” (Center for International Environmental Law). This is actually supported by the idea of IPAT (Impact equals Population times Affluence times Technology), an environmental impact formula developed by the physicist John Ho…