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A biologist made population counts of four different species of animals in an ecosystem. What can you infer from these numbers about possible predator-prey relationships between the species?
Species A:155
Species B:17
Species C:2467
Species D:19
A.Species A could be a predator of Species C.
B.Species B could be a predator of Species D
C.Species C could be a predator of Species D
D.Species D could be a predator of Species B.

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  1. I agree.

  2. wait u agree with what

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  3. the answer is C because that is the biggest amount of preator and D would just be demolished

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    posted by monster
  4. idk, sorry.

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  5. Hey
    I think it is a because it is the two big numbers

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  6. What if the biggest number was just a lot of frogs and the smallest number was a lot of huge gorillas

    Dont asume that the biggest number will be the greatest.

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    posted by Bruh
  7. (lol yeah bruh! *facepalm* I was thinking the largest # had to be insects since all the others were relatively low.

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  8. ugh has anyone found the test answers?

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  9. like what has anyone found the test answers?

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    posted by bro
  10. uggg

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    posted by hnuiol

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