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Why has the Colorado River become an environmental issue?

A.
Frequent flooding threatens endangered habitats in the Rocky Mountains.

B.
Oil spills have polluted the river and threatened many species.

C.
Irrigation has severely reduced the flow of water.

D.
River levels are rising rapidly as a result of climate change.

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  1. I think it is b or c

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  2. Oil spills??

    https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Colorado_River

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  3. yea I think it would be oil spills too. thank you♡

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  4. NOT oil spills!!

    Where in those states does oil drilling take place near this river?

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  5. it would be nice if people said the answer and before I get yelled at idk it either and I came looking for an answer.

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