anonymous
  • anonymous
Most states have deer hunting seasons designed to reduce the size of the deer herd before it gets so large that deer starve to death during winters with little food. How might having humans as predators rather than wolves be expected to affect the deer population? The deer population would drop below carrying capacity since forest managers could choose to bring food to the deer. The deer population would grow larger each year since humans can set rules about how many deer to remove each hunting season. The deer population would be healthier since killing deer with guns or arrows
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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malcolmmcswain
  • malcolmmcswain
It is thought that having humans as predators rather than wolves is expected to affect the deer population in that the human predators do not share the catch as much with their offspring, meaning that the deer population will decrease at a higher rate.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Um I think the Awnser is B?

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malcolmmcswain
  • malcolmmcswain
Did the question get cut-off?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The deer population would drop below carrying capacity since forest managers could choose to bring food to the deer. The deer population would grow larger each year since humans can set rules about how many deer to remove each hunting season. The deer population would be healthier since killing deer with guns or arrows is much less traumatic for the deer than being hunted by a pack of wolves. The deer population would be less healthy since humans choose to kill the largest, healthiest individuals while wolves choose the weak or sick ones.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ya there We go
malcolmmcswain
  • malcolmmcswain
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malcolmmcswain
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You were close. :P
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You'll get it next time :D
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  • anonymous
Yea Hope fully Lol

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