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anonymous

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PLEASE HELP ME ENGLISH IS DEAD

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    One of the main problems is that most of the places that seem to have a lot of diverse species are in places that are hard to get to. One such place is the ocean, where scientists believe some 80 percent of Earth's creatures are hiding at depths too deep for us to study. In addition, many of the planet's most diverse areas are in remote places with few taxonomists. Which word from the paragraph best describes the problem facing taxonomists? Diverse Ocean Creatures Remote

  2. anonymous
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    Is it ocean, or B?

  3. DJJo
    • one year ago
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    I am not sure, but my guess would be remote because taxonomy is a branch of science concerned with classification, especially of organisms, and they have to go to remote areas to "research" them. I'm still not sure so might want to wait for someone else to try to answer this question as well just in case.

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