Levels of Biodiversity

Sunil Bhardwaj

levels of biodiversity so there are three different levels of biodiversity one is global level national level and local level so let's discuss the diversity biodiversity at the global level biodiversity at global level is vast and widespread due to variation in climate atmosphere topography factors and an epic practice also at a global level there are about million species of living organisms based on the climate they are divided into four different zones that is architect's zones South and temperate zones northern temperate zones and tropical zones so what is architects on zones near the polls they are considered as the architects ones when the examples of the plants and animals are like algae malls Mos Eisley changed them then orchids are these are some of the vegetable vegetations southern temperate zones these regions are includes Africa Australia and New Zealand and and and the vegetations are chiefly phones and ganas pumps so these are South and temperate zones northern temperate zones are the part of the United States of the America and Canada first of give no sperms tall trees like oak maple etc other main vegetation sheer tropical zones regions of tropical Africa tropical Asia Mexico and large areas of South America they are including including the tropical zones and the main things main plants are here are orange mango banana etc on this map map you can see all the different zones like polar zones are marked in the red zone and then temperate zones are in yellow and tropical zones are in green colored so these are different different zones of the world based on climate now based on the Fona that means based on the animals they are divided into five different regions like oriental regions with high rainfall is sufficient in this region rainfall is sufficient in most of part of the region and the animals mainly there is Tiger nilgai rabbit flying Hawks and etc peacock etc new tropical region these are the regions of the south on America Central America and some part of the Mexico so West Jimmy like my question is monkey dogs bigger beavers cattle squirrel electrical and hummingbirds are very common in this region then there are Australian regions deserts and cracklings kangaroo kangaroo honey eaters and pigeons always parrots etc other common animals in the Australian regions then there is narcotic region these are the green lands and not of the North America flying squirrel vultures kingfishers ducks flamingos are the main animals in this region then politic region largest geographical region includes Europe northern part of the Africa and Asia this is having families of the terrestrial vertebrates and on this map you can see all the different regions available here so narcotic region is the northern America the new tropical region is the south and America African region is the mainly Africa then pelvic region is the general or a northern part of the Asia oriental region is the Indian part and then there is Australian region all these different regions are having different kind of animals and thus one they are divided into different different parts based on the animals available over there at the national level we have already discussed about the mega diversity in the India or India is known as mega diversity nation because of all those things so owing to the wide variety of the physical and climatic factors in India has a rich biodiversity on the basis of bio disease India has been divided into ten by geographical regions as well as biodiversity of India is quite peculiar and highly categorized most of it is localized in the western parts and North Western Himalayas and Andaman Nicobar Island and what about the local level biodiversity a variety of species found at a given place constitutes the local level biodiversity so at particularly local level whatever barrel still available can be considered as the local biodiversity local climatic conditions geo morphic and ecological factors are responsible for local biodiversity you

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