four factors that produces changes in the population of nutrias.

2.what do you think will happen to the nutrias population after the wetland id depleted of nutrias food source?

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  1. Most will succumb to starvation and disease. Some will invade populated areas, destroying gardens, river banks, and forested areas. Some are found living under houses. They have spread from Louisiana to as far north as Oregon.

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