Hot spots are priority areas for in situ conservation. The key criteria

Hot Spots Are Priority Areas For In Situ Conservation The Biology Question

Hot spots are priority areas for in situ conservation. The key criteria for determining a hot spot is/are

Options

(a) location in developed/undeveloped country
(b) vicinity to the sea
(c) number of endemic species and degrees of threat
(d) location in developed/undeveloped country & vicinity to the sea & number of endemic species and degrees of threat

Correct Answer:

number of endemic species and degrees of threat

Explanation:

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Topics: Biodiversity and Conservation (93)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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