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5 August, 06:15

In a forest habitat, how are the populations of rabbits and foxes dependent upon each other?

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  1. 5 August, 06:48
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    The foxes are dependent on the rabbits, because the foxes eat the rabbits. The rabbits are dependent on the foxes because without the foxes, the rabbits would over-populate. There wouldn’t be enough food for all of them, and all the rabbits would die.
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