How does a Biosphere Reserve differ from a National Park?



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    A biosphere reserve is an area where nature and sustainable resource exploitation can take place. A national park is set aside to preserve nature and for recreational purposes. In short biospheres can include human habitation while a national park is purely for the greater enjoyment of the public.

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