RE: Why forests are called biodiversity hot spots?


My problem is the following, I want to know why forest sometimes are called biodirvesity hot spots.

Administrator Premier Asked on November 11, 2017 in Biology.
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Forests are rich in biodiversity. There are many endemic species of plants and animals found in forest. Since forests are undergoing rapid habitat loss, there is danger of many species becoming extinct. Thus forests are priority areas for conservation so these are called hot spots.

Premier Answered on November 11, 2017.
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