Why is it important to learn about the diversity of fishes?
increases ecosystem productivity; all of the species in that ecosystem, no matter their size, have a big role. A diverse ecosystem can prevent and recover from lots of disasters. Humans depend on plants and animals. For example, one quarter of all prescription medicines in the U.S. have ingredients from plants. If a diverse ecosystem is more productive, it's easier to get these plants.
the bronx zoo has one that is simmilar to a marsh but its called a wet land
Wetlands provide breeding, rearing, and feeding habitat for a diverse array of plants and animals, including birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles, insects and mammals. Many species, such as dragonflies, damselflies, frogs and salamanders, depend on wetlands to complete critical components of their life cycle. In addition to being among the earth’s most biologically diverse and productive ecosystems, the unique environmental conditions in wetlands allow for biological, chemical, and physical functions that benefit humans and the ecosystem.
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