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Biodiversity and Its Conservation


  • Biodiversity conservation is necessary because of the following reasons:

    • Many commercially important products are obtained by nature such as food, fibre, wood, and countless industrial products.

    • Certain activities and products cannot be accomplished without the help of nature such as production of oxygen and pollination.

    • Intangible benefits such as aesthetic pleasure are derived from nature.

    • Conserving the species we share our planet with and passing the rich legacy of biodiversity to our future generations is our ethical duty.


  • Biodiversity can be conserved by:

    • In-situ conservation - In order to co…

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