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Unformatted text preview: 6. How do species differ in their reproductive patterns? Some species have a large number of offspring and give them little parental care; other species have a few larger offspring and take care of them until they can reproduce. 7. What are the major impacts of human activities on populations, communities, and ecosystems? We eliminate many natural predators. Use some renewable resources faster than they can be replenished. We rely mostly on polluting fossil fuels. 8. What lessons can we learn from ecology about living more sustainably? Chapter 6: Overviews Page 2 Our lives, lifestyles, and economies are totally dependent on the sun and the earth. Everything is connected to, and interdependent with, everything else. We can never do just one thing....
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