what is biodiversity:
Biodiversity or biological diversity is the variety of life forms on the planet, including terrestrial, marine ecosystems and the ecological complexes of which they are part, beyond the diversity within each species, among species and ecosystems. Biodiversity varies according to the different ecological regions, and is much higher in the tropics than in temperate climates.
Biodiversity is responsible for ensuring the balance of the ecosystems around the world, since the human species depends on biodiversity to survive. Ironically, the main threat to biodiversity is human action through deforestation, forest fires, and changes in the climate and ecosystem. Damage caused to biodiversity affects not only the species that inhabit this place, but it hurts much the network of relationships between species and the environment in which they live.
Due to deforestation and fires, many species have become extinct before that could be studied, or before that action be taken to try to preserve the species.
Biodiversity is not static, it is dynamic, is a system in constant evolution, both in each species, as well as each individual organism.