Biodiversity is the variety of life on Earth, in all its forms and all its interactions. The term biodiversity refers to the variety of life on Earth at all its levels
from genes to ecosystems, and can encompass the evolutionary, ecological, and cultural processes that sustain life. The human population is rising, and the earths ecosystems gets more and destroyed by the time goes.
Even the smallest ecosystems around the world can have a major impact on biodiversity. First it might appear like a small problem, when we for example destroy a monkey’s ecosystem
but at the end of the chain, it causes bigger and bigger problems “tropical tortoises and spider monkeys seemingly have little to do with maintaining a stable climate.
But the dense, hardwood trees that are most effective in removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere rely on their seeds being dispersed by these large fruit-eaters.” (What is biodiversity and why does it matter to us?