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Predators rarely kill and eat all available prey because: 1)predator and prey species often occupy the same trophic level 2)in an ecosystem prey species often lack protective mechanisms to deter being eaten 3)many predator and prey species have a commensalistic relationship 4)predator species often will switch its prey as one prey species becomes less abundant

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    Why do you think its 3?

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    i think its 1

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    read the keyword on 3 - commensalistic relationship. Make sure you know the definition before you pick it

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    one benefits, and the other neither benefits or get harmed... prey always get "harmed"

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    I believe it is one because if a predator eats all of the prey in its trophic level, then it is going to be very hard for the predator to survive.

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    ok so either 1 or 3...

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    IT CANNOT BE 3!

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    i highly doubt its 3

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    ok so 1?

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    yes i think its one (90% positive)

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    alrighty thanks peoples

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    you are welcome

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    you have to understand why it is number 1

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    If you want more information, look up trophic levels in your book or online

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    predators, except homo sapiens, have no concept of future planning of resources and scarcity. They mostly just eat and eat and eat...

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