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This study investigated high school students' knowledge and attitudes related to biological diversity, as well as the effect of gender and class on the same issue. Volunteer students from high schools (randomly selected) in Nicosia participated in this study. A knowledge test and attitude scale were given to 187 students in 9 th , 10 th , 11 th , and 12 th grades. The study showed that the participants answered most of the questions correctly. While gender did not play a role on knowledge ofdoi:10.17218/hititsosbil.280816 fatcat:3feyambjfrejthrxylbffgfpla