Biodiversity Eco Facts
From the Series Eco Facts
The huge variety of plants and animals that live on Earth is called biodiversity. As ecosystems are destroyed by climate change and human activity, plants and animals are becoming endangered and even extinct. Find out how the loss of biodiversity affects food chains and natural habitats, why it is important to humans, and how its loss threatens the health of all living things on the planet.
|Interest Level||Grade 5 - Grade 9|
|Reading Level||Grade 5|
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|Guided Reading Level||V|
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Since biodiversity is such a huge topic, the information here is necessarily surface level, but there’s plenty to inspire deeper research.