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When you think about biologically diverse areas, what places come to mind?
Often times, most people think about areas of dense, tropical rainforests, like that of the Amazon river delta, as having the greatest amount of biodiversity. That’s true, insomuch that all living things, both plant and animal, are part of your calculation.
But, if one considers biodiversity among particular phylum or class of organisms in a given region, things get more interesting. For example, where does the greatest amount of biodiversity exist among tree species in a naturally defined zone?
The answer is surprising because it isn’t the dense equatorial rainforests. It’s actually the deciduous forests of Blue Ridge Mountains of North America which has the greatest number of different species of indigenous trees.
This subtle but curious notion lead me to create a small video which I’d like to share with you. Here is “Hidden Forest”:
Final thoughts, I’m shocked at just how incredible LumaTouch truly is, and how versatile it can be for professionals and amateurs alike.
Also, if you’d like a bit better resolution, try this one:
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