What is habitat diversity?


What is habitat diversity?

Earth's Habitats:

All organisms on Earth can only survive when certain ecological conditions play to their advantages. These habitats can be rich in biodiversity, and it is not uncommon for some species to exist only in one habitat and nowhere else on Earth.

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Habitat diversity is the number of different habitats that one particular region can provide. For example, a large mountain range like the North...

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