Wild Kratts: What is Biodiversity?
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1m 14s

Zach Varmitech spies on the Wild Kratts while they're traveling in the Amazon rainforest. They explain that the rainforest has the highest biodiversity out of any land habitat: it's home to 10% of Earth's creatures. They define it as the amount of plants and animals in a region.


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