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2. A salamander is a keystone species in a forest ecosystem with high biodiversity. This species migrates from woodland areas to a local stream to reproduce. If a road is built that cuts off the woodland areas from the stream, what effect will this have on the forest ecosystem?
no effect because biodiversity is high
no effect as long as the forest is undergoing succession
a negative effect because the salamander’s impact on other species is so large*** a positive effect because the road will cause the salamander to remain closer to thestream

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    Right.

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    Mrs.Sue it was b

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    take that BIIITCHH

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    You people are so rude you know they can report you and you can get in trouble so don't say stuff that you will regret later in life.

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    You people are so rude you know they can report you and you can get in trouble so don't say stuff that you will regret later in life. B is the answer

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    Come on guys don't be like that

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    Come on guys don't be like that the answer was c

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    or is it...

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    I am so confused. Can you not answer unless you know what the answer is? Is the answer B or C?

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    hey Damnien don't be confused and ignore the rude comments focus on studies.
    the answer is B.
    coz the building of a road does not hinder the salamanders movement it can always cross the road and go there moreover the question says that salamander is keystone species this means that it only establishes species succession it has no further role as long as species succession continues

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