This is a short introductory video to biodiversity. The term ‘biological diversity ‘was used first by wildlife scientist and conservationist Raymond F. Dasmann in 1968, where he advocated conservation. And the term ‘biodiversity’ first appeared in a publication in 1988 when entomologist E. O. Wilson used it as a title.
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