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¡Biodiversity is also microscopic!

Our planet radiates life. Everything around us is alive, from the smallest plant to the largest animal. However, life is not limited to living things that move and breathe. Forests, seas, oceans, mountains and any scenario where species develop are full of life. In it all kinds of animals, insects, amphibians, plants and other microorganisms that we do not perceive develop their lives. This set of elements that interact with each other and that creates a delicate ecological balance is known as biodiversity. Through biodiversity, the planet provides the necessary conditions to sustain life and, in turn, create various forms of life. Starting from this principle, the species interact with the ecosystem that surrounds them to develop their life. This process generates an endless cycle where growth and natural evolution are reciprocal and where life generates more life. But today we want to tell you a little about "what we cannot see" because as they say, what is essential is invisible to the eyes, and in this case, what is essential for life is. Often when we think about #biodiversity we immediately consider and imagine trees and animals that we usually see, either in our environment or in documentaries and books. However, at the microscopic level there is a world much larger than that of #organisms visible to the naked eye. Biodiversity is microscopic too! Happy international day for biological diversity. You can find more info and illustrations in our microbiology section

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