The maximum biodiversity is found in–

A. Tropical rain forests
B. Temperate forests
C. Coniferous forests
D. Arctic forest
Answer» A. Tropical rain forests
Explanation: Most of the terrestrial diversity is found in tropical rainforests. As per an estimation, these forests account for around 40% to 75% of all biotic species and are home to half of all the living animal and plant species on the planet. A single hectare of rainforest may contain 42,000 different species of insect, up to 807 trees of 313 species and 1,500 species of higher plants.
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