which of the following statements about biodiversity is not true?

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I think that there are many more species of plants and animals in the world than there are stars in the sky.

However, there are also many more stars than there are planets in the Solar System.

It sounds as if the number of stars in the sky is increasing so there are lots of stars and planets. One of the best stories we’ve seen about the universe in recent years is that it’s changing. There’s a lot of science behind it.

The number of plants and animals in the world is still unknown but there are still many more stars in the sky than there are planets in the Solar System.There are currently 6.8 stars in the sky but the Earth is supposed to have about 360.

On the other hand, we can see that we have a lot of stars and planets, so we know that there are lots of stars and planets. Therefore, we assume that we have already reached the point where we are now in the red.

Our world is being slowly eaten by a very large asteroid, and the Earth has been slowly getting smaller. Because the Earth is getting smaller, the number of stars in the sky is getting smaller too. When the Earth is tiny, there are more stars and planets in the sky than there are planets in the Solar System.

Well, the thing that is interesting is that we are going to have fewer planets, but we’ll still have more stars, so yes, we’re going to have fewer planets, but we’ll also have more stars. The only true way we can be certain for certain is that we’ve already reached the point where we are now in the red, so it’s not clear to me whether this is true.

The Earth is not getting smaller as we age. Sure, there’s a lot more stars in the sky, but if we can’t see any of them anymore, then they have been swallowed up by the universe.

The Earth is getting smaller, of course. The way we measure this is by the mass of the stars. As we age, the solar system begins to contract. As this happens, the gravity on the smaller planets pulls them toward the sun and starts to contract them. At the same time, the expansion of the universe causes the gravity on the bigger planets to expand and push them out. The net result is that we are now seeing fewer stars.

The Earth is getting smaller. However, the stars are getting longer, not shorter. While they are still falling back and forth, they are not quite as close together as they used to be. Some of the stars are much further from the sun than they were a few billion years ago, and the farther they are from the earth, the fewer they are.

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