Why are forests called biodiversity hotspots

Asked by sureshkalanjoor | 24th Feb, 2016, 06:25: PM

Expert Answer:


Biodiversity hotspots are the regions which are threatened and contain large varieties of plants and animals. Hence, forests are called biodiversity hotspots.

Answered by  | 24th Feb, 2016, 06:30: PM

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