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In the interaction between wolves and moose, wolves prey on moose, thereby reducing their population. Later the wolf population decreases as fewer moose are available to feed upon, thereby leading to a rise in the moose population. What does this example illustrate?

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    What do YOU think?

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    bit ch

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    -predation can affect population size

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