Translation:There are various animals at the zoo.
Webster Dictionary says:
Full Definition of diverse<pre>
1 : differing from one another : unlike <people with diverse interests> 2 : composed of distinct or unlike elements or qualities <a diverse population></pre>
Oxford Dictionary says:
Definition of diverse in English: (adjective)
Showing a great deal of variety; very different: a culturally diverse population subjects as diverse as architecture, language teaching, and the physical sciences
I said "there are diverse animals at the zoo" and the correction used "different" . Now I see the translation using "various". I contend that all three are correct. "Diverse" is used in English and is a direct translation of "diversi" This is a repetition of the same argument made weeks ago when I, and others, made the same "mistake". I guess DL didn't add "diverse" to the possible translations for "diversi" yet.