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what do living things depend upon humans for?

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  1. TranceNova
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    That is actually a rather hard question, considering that for the large part the only reason many ecosystems are human-dependant is because of humans in the first place. I would say for moving species into areas where they would otherwise not be able to exist due to fragmentation of their original habitat in order to ensure their survival (which I might add hasn't been very successful). I seem to be drawing blanks beyond that... what ideas do you have? :)

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