Though my gut answer would be South America because of the Amazon, a web search confirmed that Australia bears the biodiversity crown. Its rank as the sixth largest country in the world (so big it is even its own continent!) obviously is a huge contributing factor. In addition to its well-known bush country, Australia also sports a significant tropical habitat. Finally, its status as an island means that it contains plants and animals found nowhere else on the planet, another huge contributor to a rich biodiversity.
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