Human well-being is tied to biodiversity because:
humans love to look at beautiful things.
humans are part of the food webs and energy cycles that a great variety of organisms share.
less biodiversity makes humans vulnerable to extinction.
humans need a wide variety of animal species for hunting and wildlife products.
the less biodiversity the less risk of disease.
fossil number 10 was probably the first of the four to live on earth.
showing a photograph would make this a hell of alot easier
reason: global warming is when earths temperature slowly increases. although it has not been proven to be a fact, many scientists agree that it is happening.
humans love to look at beautiful t...