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23 January, 18:57

If a sudden outbreak of disease severely reduced the number of coyotes in an ecosystem very rapidly, what might the resulting changes to the local food web look like?

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  1. 23 January, 20:05
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    Over population

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    With the coyotes gone, they're prey will have little to no predators. Without their numbers decreasing as quickly (because of the coyote population drop) they will be able to repopulate quicker and less of them will die. This will lead to over population.
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