The diversity of species guarantees the flexibility of ecosystems, providing ecological systems the space they require to endure pressure. Hence although conservation efforts often reasonably concentrate their attention on species-abundant ecological systems such as coral reefs and rainforests, a wide-ranging technique for protecting biodiversity should also involve kinds of habitat with a smaller number of species, such as polar seas, tundra, and grasslands—to which damages or losses could be permanently catastrophic (Center for Biological Diversity para 3). And although a great deal of interest over the disappearance of species places emphasis on species extinction on a global scale, the majority of the benefits of biodiversity occur locally, and protecting local communities is the sole means to guarantee genetic diversity vital for the continuing existence of species (Center for Biological Diversity para 3). Basically, conservation efforts must focus on all types and levels of ecosystems, for biodiversity can only be protected through an inclusive conservation approach.