anonymous
  • anonymous
n a food chain, assume worms → bluebirds → hawks. What would happen to the hawk population if bluebirds became extinct? A. The hawk population would increase. B. The hawk population would decrease. C. The hawk population would stay the same.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Aureyliant ithink D
anonymous
  • anonymous
i mean B sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
Incorrect. The hawk population needs bluebirds to eat. Imagine if we didn't have anymore water… our population would decrease.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Then yes, B is correct.

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