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28 February, 01:55

Which factors may contribute to the extinction of a species? Check all that apply. more individuals fighting over the same resources fewer individuals fighting over the same resources the loss of the environment in which an organism's needs are met the gain of an environment in which an organism's needs are met the lack of predators in an area the introduction of new predators into an area

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  1. 28 February, 02:22
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    more individuals fighting over the same resources the loss of the environment in which an organism's needs are met the introduction of new predators into an area

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    Extinction is the complete elimination or termination of a species from the environment. Many factors can result in the extinction of a species. One of them is a sudden catastrophic event like the meteor strike that eliminated the dinosaurs. Other factors include habitat loss, a higher death rate than birth rate in the population, and etcetera. There have been several extinction events in earth's history; the Ordovician Mass Extinction, Devonian Mass Extinction, Permian Mass Extinction, Triassic-Jurassic Mass Extinction, and Cretaceous-Tertiary (or the K-T) Mass Extinctions.
  2. 28 February, 02:51
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    Answer: A, C, F
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