Biodiversity meaning

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The definition of biodiversity refers to the amount of diversity between different plants, animals and other species in a given habitat at a particular time.

The different varieties and types of animals and plants that live in the ocean is an example of biodiversity.

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The number and variety of species found within a specified geographic region.
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Diversity, or variety, in the living things in a particular area, region, etc. at a particular time.
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The number and variety of species found within a specified geographic region.
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The variability among living organisms on the earth, including the variability within and between species and within and between ecosystems.
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The variability among living organisms on the earth, including the variability within and between species and within and between ecosystems.
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The number, variety, and genetic variation of different organisms found within a specified geographic region.
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(biology) The diversity (number and variety of species) of plant and animal life within a region.
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Origin of biodiversity