1)i. Ecosystem Diversity:

It relates to the variety of habitats, biotic communities, and ecological processes in the biosphere, and is considered as the complex level of diversity.

ii. Species Diversity:

It is the most common level of diversity and comprises the number of different species at a place.

iii. Genetic Diversity:

Refers to total genetic information contained in the genes of individuals of plants, animals, and microorganisms. Genetic diversity is the comparatively less obvious level of diversity as it represents variations within species.

Species diversity is a most common form of diversity as it refers to two different groups of organ­isms or species. Ecosystem diversity is a complex one and it refers to assem­blages of the various forms of diversity in two different ecosystems.

2) Can cause damage to the retina. This collection of light-sensitive cells located at the back of the eye transmits images to your brain.

1. i. ecosystem diversity
    ii. species diversity
    iii. genetic diversity
2. because it can cause damage to our eye retina.