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A small population of prairie dogs lives in a habitat that does not undergo any changes for a long period of time. How is genetic drift likely to affect this population? Answer a)It will accelerate the appearance of new traits in members of the population who are more “fit” for survival. b)It will allow most members of the population to live longer because they will inherit many beneficial adaptations. c)It will increase genetic diversity as new alleles are introduced to the gene pool from neighboring populations. d)It will reduce genetic diversity by decreasing the frequency of some alleles a

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    The answer is D Genetic drift reduces variations of genes, and therefore there will be a smaller genetic diversity

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