Biotically diverse; having a high degree of biodiversity(adjective)
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Use "biodiverse" in a sentence
"Here she is milking a cow in the summer of 1943 on the farm in Canada where my Scottish grandpa grew a variety of crops and raised cows, pigs, goats, chickens and who knows what else -- you know, the kind of biodiverse, small family farm we sustainable ag advocates are always going on about."
"I'm now settling into a long term project looking at the Coral Triangle -- the most biodiverse marine ecosystem on the planet."
"Are monoculture fish farms using sustainable practices enough, or just another form of monoculture crop that doesn't leverage biodiversity to restore healthy biodiverse living systems?"