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When people from western Europe began settling in Australia, they took a common animal they ate with them, rabbits. How do you think the environment reacted to the introduction of a nonnative species?

A) The nonnative species had little to no affect on biodiversity or the ecosystems.
B) Both the biodiversity and the ecosystems benefited from the introduction of rabbits. ***
C) Both the biodiversity and ecosystems were harmed by the introduction of rabbits.
D) Biodiversity benefited while the ecosystems were harmed.

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asked by kennenenene
  1. Nope.

    https://allthatsinteresting.com/bunny-rabbits-australia

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  2. try googling "rabbits in Australia"

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    posted by R_scott
  3. I need the answer!!!!!

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