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Answer the following questions in full sentences and paragraphs, using at least 150 words, in the essay box below. 1. Which organisms are carnivores? Herbivores? Omnivores? 2. If the ecosystem is balanced, which populations should be the largest? The smallest? 3. Imagine a group of hunters kills half of the rabbit population. How will the other organisms be affected? 4. Imagine disease kills 85 percent of the wolf population. How will the other organisms be affected? 5. Imagine a foreign mountain lion species is introduced into the ecosystem. How will the other organisms be affected?

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Hi! You posted this in the physics section! It would be more appropriate in the biology section.
Also, you can do research on some of this stuff. And then maybe ask somebody to help fill in any gaps in your understanding.

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