Biology help please!

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What is your opinion of the balance of nature hypothesis? Would the deer on the island be better off, worse off, or about the same without the wolves. Defend your position.

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    opinion on an hypothesis? Is this being taught by a science teacher? We only get into trouble when we start to espouse opinions on hypothesis...

    Think: what do wolves do?
    Second, if wolves were removed, what then would the limits on deer population be? Food? Water?

    What would happen to the deer tick /parasite population? Would that have an effect on the deer population?

    With the removal of one preditator, wouldn't that allow another preditator/natural limit function to be enabled?

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