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Number of species growing in botanical gardens world wide is

A

7500

B

25,000

C

57,000

D

80,000

Answer

  • A botanical garden or botanic garden is a garden dedicated to the collection, cultivation, preservation, and display of a wide range of plants labelled with their botanical names or It is an establishment where plants are grown for scientific study and display to the public.
  • There are now estimated to be 1775 botanic gardens in 148 countries around the world with many more under construction.
  •  Kew Royal Gardens in London, England has the world's largest collection of living plants.
  • The number of species growing in botanical gardens worldwide is about 80,000.
  • So,the correct answer is '80,000'.

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