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Panthers and pumas preyon a type of deer in a region. The deer feed on vegetation in the region. What outcome could occur if the panthers and puma are killed by humans?
a. The deerpopulation will decrease,allowing thevegetation to become overgrown.
b. The deer population will increase, and will strip the region of vegatation*****
c. The deer population will be stabilized by local vegatation.
d. The deer population will cycle between high and low numbers until a new predator moves into the region

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