The following points highlight the nine main causes for the loss of biodiversity. The causes are: 1. Destruction of Habitats 2. Habitat Fragmentation 3. Hunting 4. Overexploitation 5. Collection for Zoos and Research 6. Alien Species 7. Control of Pest and Predators 8. Co-Extinctions 9. Extinction of Species. Cause # 1. Destruction of Habitats: The […]
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