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What would most likely happen to fish in a pond with low levels of dissolved oxygen? A.) There is less algae for fish to eat. B.) Fish populations will grow out of control. C.) Fish will experience difficulty breathing. D.) Fish will release more fecal coliform into the water.

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    C) Fish will experience difficulty breathing. Reason-- If the pond has low levels of dissolved oxygen that means there is less water, and less oxygen so that is giving the fish a hard time breathing! Hope this helped (:

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