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Q: a species of rodent lives in a moist forest. over time, the climate changes and becomes drier and more desert-like. which of these adaptations is most likely to improve the chances that the species will survive as its environment changes?

Answer choices:
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A. being able to eat plants that survive in the changed environment.
B. being able to eat only one type of berry.
C. living above ground in damp areas
D. having dark hair and small ears

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    What do you think? I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    I think that it will probably be C

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    I disagree. Food is necessary for life, so the species that can eat plants that survive in arid conditions has the best chance of surviving.

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    so it would be A???

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    Yes.

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    ok thank you ms.sue :D

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    You're welcome, Dingbat.

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