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What terrestrial biome has the lowest biodiversity?

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What terrestrial biome has the lowest biodiversity?

What Is Biodiversity:

Biodiversity is the variety of species in an ecosystem. Areas with high biodiversity have a large number of species with abundant numbers. Areas with low biodiversity have a limited number of species. Biodiversity is not evenly distributed around the globe and some regions have more biodiversity than others.

Answer and Explanation:

The terrestrial biome with the lowest biodiversity is the tundra. The tundra is located at the northern most and southern most poles of the Earth. ...

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Overview of the Earth's Biomes

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