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Sea otters are part of a giant kelp ecosystem. They feed on sea urchins that feed on kelp. How does hunting sea otters affect the population of sea urchins and kelp in the ecosystem?

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    help ineed this same question

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    The sea urchin population increases and the kelp population decreases

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