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Biology, 12.11.2019 03:31, jeanetteelliotp9ru6m

Consider three different species of wild cats. populations of species a are spread evenly across africa, species b is scattered around the whole of australia but its population is relatively large in numbers and the population of species c lives on a single island in the southern-asian region. which of the three species is the most prone to extinction?

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