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What are the Keystone Species? Importance and Examples of 15 Keystone Species in Their Environments

In Ecology, any species, big or small, usually tend to have a huge impact on the community in which it exists. Species that essentially help to maintain the biodiversity of a community by controlling the population of other species, or otherwise controlling the environment for another species are generally known as keystone species. The term …

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25+ Disturbing Facts About Water Wastage That Will Leave You Highly Disturbed

The planet is so full of water that it may seem like we’ll never run out. With 71 percent of the Earth being covered by water, conserving what we have may seem like a low priority. But these more than 25 facts will open people’s eyes to the issue of water wastage and why they …

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Taiga (Boreal Forest) Biome: Temperature, Climate, Location, Plants, Animals

Taiga biome is derived from the Russian word, meaning forest. Despite that fact that it’s the largest terrestrial biome in the world, it’s a cold and lonely place, and many people are not familiar with the name. Although Taiga biome is so cold and remote, humans have had a deep influence here. Ancient humans hunted …

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Desert Biome: Climate, Precipitation, Location, Seasons, Plants, Animals

Deserts are some of the most widespread yet unexplored biomes. They cover about 1/3 of the earth’s surface and are found in 60 of the world’s nations. The largest hot desert biome (the subtropical Sahara) stretches over 3.5 million square miles or 9 million square kilometers. However, the Antarctica, which is a polar desert, is …

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