Hot spots of biodiversity means
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Hot spots of biodiversity means


Areas of earth that contain many endemic species


Species serves as proxy for entire community in particular areas


Species in particular niche/area


Species diversity at particular area


Ecological hot spots are large areas of Earth's land surface which have high concentrations of plant endemism and also experience high rates of habitat loss. In India, 4 ecological hot spots are presently identified. The Himalayas, the Western Ghats, the Indo-Burma region and the Sundaland constitute the biodiversity hot spots in our country. One of the major features of these places is the presence of numerous endemic species.
So, the correct answer is 'Areas of earth that contain many endemic species'.

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