Which part of India has highest biodiversity?
Considered the highest in the world, the Himalayas (overall) comprises North-East India, Bhutan, Central and Eastern parts of Nepal.
Endangered Species of India.
|Top 5 Endangered Species of India|
|Endangered Animal Species||Endangered Plant Species|
|The Great Asiatic Lion||Indian Mallow|
Which state has most biodiversity in India?
These are locations that have rich biological, ethnic, historical value and fragile ecosystems; two proposed sites in Vidarbha and Jalgaon will bring the tally to six. By the end of 2018, Maharashtra may become the only state in India to have the highest number of biodiversity heritage sites (BHS) to its name.
Where is biodiversity mostly found?
Some areas in the world, such as areas of Mexico, South Africa, Brazil, the southwestern United States, and Madagascar, have more biodiversity than others. Areas with extremely high levels of biodiversity are called hotspots.
Which state has the most biodiversity?
The four states with the largest level of biodiversity are California, Hawaii, Alabama, and Texas. California tops the list in both diversity (number of species) and endemism (number of unique species).
Which area in India is rich in diversity?
The correct answer is Western Ghat. Western Ghat is a bio-diversity-rich place in India. Biodiversity hotspots are located only in tropical regions. India has four biodiversity hotspots, i.e., Eastern Himalayas, Western Himalayas, Western Ghats, and Andaman, and the Nicobar Islands.
Which state has highest biodiversity heritage sites?
Biodiversity Heritage Sites
|S. No.||Name of the Site||State|
|1||Nallur Tamarind Grove||Karnataka|
|3||University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK Campus, Bengaluru||Karnataka|
Which region has greatest diversity?
Species diversity is greatest in the tropics, particularly in tropical forests and coral reefs. The Amazon basin in South America has the largest area of tropical forests.
Why is the most biodiversity found near the equator?
There might be more biodiversity near the equator because it’s warmer year round, allowing organisms to continue growing. Locations away from the equator will have cold winters that will slow growth for microorganisms, plants and animals.
What is the rank of India in biodiversity?
India ranks fourth in Asia and tenth in the world in plant diversity, the Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) Vice Chancellor, N N Singh, has said. “India boasts of 45,000 plants and 91,000 animal species,” Singh said delivering a special lecture on Agro-biodiversity and farmers’ rights at BAU Saturday.