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Wolf populations in the northwest United States declined significantly in the last 50 years because of hunting. What would you expect to happen to the populations of their prey? A. Prey populations would not change B. Prey populations would decrease C. Prey populations would approach zero population growth D. Prey populations would increase

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    The prey population would increase because they would have no predator to hunt them and keep their population balanced so D

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