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5.Which of the following could help reduce loss of biodiversity ?

A. increasing construction of tall buildings

B. increasing farming operations

C. increasing conservation measures*****

D. Increasing the human ecological footprint

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    You are correct, but did you have to ask? :)

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    Before yes but it was too late when I realized it. (:

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    whats the answer????? im so confused......................

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