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By nature plants are less able to adapt to sudden changes in pollution levels and climate than animals, which can often migrate or change their source of food. A wide survey of the literature gave evidence of more than three times as many terrestrial plants being affected by pollution as animals. In freshwater ecosystems on the other hand the decline is greater among animal species than among plants due to reduction of the water’s pH values. While most affected species decline as a result of air pollution.
Biodiversity, Climate change, Pollution
Dev Brat , I. R. Pathak "Impact of Pollution on Biodiversity: A Review" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 4 Issue 2 2020 Page 11-15
Dev Brat , I. R. Pathak "Impact of Pollution on Biodiversity: A Review" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 4(2)