• anonymous
Which type of ecosystem would you expect humans to depend on the least to meet our needs for food and shelter? Alphine Deciduous forest Grasslands Tundra @AdamLevine1986
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  • anonymous
Well. Alphine's are up in the mountains, and most couldnt live their or tolerate it. Deciduous forest's are known for poisons, deer, and many wildlife. It's a good answer to choose.. Humanity's first wheat farms came from Grasslands, and many grasslands have lakes, rivers, lots of animals, and great open valley's for homes. Tundra's are like Alphines except their forests in cold weather. I'd go with Grasslands..good luck.

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