Common Misconceptions
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Biodiversity And Conservation

- Clear the fog of misconceptions and get a clarity of concepts.
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Losing a Species has no Impact on other Species?
We often think that losing a single species has no major effect on any organism or ecosystem. But it is wrong. All species are connected in one way or another. In many cases, it is through the food chain. Other times, it might be based on how their actions affect the ecosystem. Watch the video to find out the effect of a single species on the living world.
Extinction of a Species
3 mins
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Biome and Biosphere
Biome is a collection of the ecosystem that share similar climatic conditions whereas biosphere is the sphere of the Earth where life exists. The biome is a part of the biosphere. Watch this video to get a clear idea about the biome and biosphere.
Ecology: Levels of Organization (Organisms, Communities, Biomes, biosphere)
3 mins
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Extinction is a common process. We should not worry about it.
Yes, you read it right. Extinction is a part of life. Throughout the history of life, extinction of one or another species happened. But what should be our concern? It is the rate of extinction which is worrying now. Scientists estimate that 150-200 species of plant, insect, bird and mammal become extinct every 24 hours. This is about 1,000 times more than the natural rate. Watch the video and find how species are facing extinction at an alarming rate.
Extinction of Species | Evolution | Biology | FuseSchool
3 mins