While biodiversity is indispensable to the survival of life on Earth, biodiversity does not require the survival of e...

Abigail on March 24 at 08:51PM


the conclusion in this argument wasn't as evident to me. my summary was "biodiversity is indispensable, but we don't need it to survive because there are niches". does that somehow translate into the correct answer choice? I became confused and ended up choosing an answer choice about niches.

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Emil on March 27 at 09:42PM

The conclusion here is that biodiversity doesn't require every single species to survive. The support for this is that the author notes that each niche can be filled by more than one species, and while they concede that niches need to be filled, biodiversity only requires the niches to be filled, not that no species go extinct.