Biodiversity in the Supermarket

Van Mensvoort
May 12th 2009

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Some say global biodiversity is decreasing. I am not entirely sure.

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Arne
Posted 10/06/2009 – 13:29

> packaging the same species up in lots of different colorful packages doesn’t create biodiversity.
@ Rob: would the same be valid for living animals, who all are made of the same bloodcells and have 99% the same DNA?

Rob
Posted 14/05/2009 – 21:32

I'd bet that 90% of these products are primarily made up of Zea Mays, the corn plant. Sadly, packaging the same species up in lots of different colorful packages doesn't create biodiversity.

Steve
Posted 14/05/2009 – 06:38

biodiversity becomes buy-o-diversity :P

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