Do rainforests have the most biodiversity of any piece of land on earth?



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    Tropical rainforests are generally considered to be the most biologically diverse land areas on the planet. These ecosystems are likely home to literally millions of plant and animal species, most of which have yet to be discovered by scientists. Rainforested regions like the Amazon Basin, the Congo region of Africa, and Southeast Asia are vast strongholds of biodiversity in urgent need of protection from destructive human activities. Because they are home to so much biodiversity, protecting the world’s tropical forests is one of most effective things we can do to preserve species diversity on a global scale.

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