The biggest threat to biodiversity is habitat degradation and loss. Plants and animals, like humans, need to live in the right environment for them to survive thrive. Every species have specific resource needs. Human activities are depleting or degrading their resource like water, food or space, thus endangering their survival. According to this one graphic found in the link below, habitat degradation and loss account for about 35% of the global species loss, which is more than invasive species, hunting and other causes.
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The biggest threats to biodiversity would be the loss of their habitats, invasive species, pollution, human population, and over harvesting.
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