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It is considered essential, invaluable and worthy of our protection, and yet its impact continues to be underestimated: biodiversity. The term itself is frequently used to describe all manner of things relating to life on our planet - but what does it actually mean? And why do we need it?
“Nature’s Networks” allows a totally fresh and epic look on mother nature, from Borneo to Brazil, from Tasmania to Kenya and deep into the Norwegian Fjords. All these habitats and their wild residents are extremely diverse – nevertheless they are all connected: Every creature on our planet has its very own position and functions in the huge community of other species. For much of human history scientists have examined each species separately, failing to consider the species' position within the complicated network of life that makes up the planet. But like the many different animals and plants we share our earth with, we humans are what we are as a result of all that surrounds us. Nature’s Networks create our fragile and endangered world that is vastly greater than the sum of its parts.
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