Loss In Biodiversity
By Alec, Zach, and Sid
Biodiversity is the variety of life in the world or in a particular habitat/ ecosystem.
Common Ways Biodiversity is Lost
In the past years, biodiversity has been lost by population growth, habitat destruction, and wildlife trade. These typically are the most common ways Biodiversity is lost.
Different Examples of Loss
- Climate changes affect how the organisms living in that ecosystem because different organisms are more fit for different ecosystems.
-Tropical rainforests and coral reefs are the most endangered ecosystems in the world
- Deforestation destroys homes and habitats for organisms, and forces the animals to move elsewhere.