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EXPLORING NORTH CAROLINA

Life at the Top

  • Aired: 07/04/2017
  • 28:11
  • Rating: NR
Tree canopies are hot spots for biodiversity. They contain a completely different species composition from forest bottoms. Treetops are like salad bars for insects, which attracts birds and other animals. Old growth forests are especially rich in diversity, and are a genetic library of insect, bird and animal species.
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