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Which of the following if true most helps to justify

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Which of the following, if true, most helps to justify the wildlife agency’s approval of the permits, given the concerns voiced by some residents? A. In the region where the red-winged blackbirds stop, they are the first birds to be present in the spring. B. The poison that farmers want to use does not kill birds but rather makes them incapable of producing viable eggs. C. Since rice is not raised in Midland Province, few species of birds native to the province normally eat rice. D. Without the permit, any farmers shown to have set out poison for the blackbirds would be heavily fined. E. The poison that farmers got approval to use has no taste or smell that would make it detectable by birds. 15
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Answer: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q31: At an orientation meeting, the travelers were told that a visa, a landing card, and evidence of inoculation against typhoid fever would be needed by each of them . A. a visa, a landing card, and evidence of inoculation against typhoid fever would be needed by each of them B. they would need a visa, a landing card, and evidence of their being inoculated against typhoid fever C. they would need evidence of being inoculated against typhoid fever and a visa and landing card D. they would each need a visa, a landing card, and evidence of inoculation against typhoid fever E. they would need visas, landing cards, and evidence of inoculation against typhoid fever for each of them Answer: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q32: The town of Enderton is located in an area where forest fires are quite common. During dry periods and periods of persistent winds, when even a spark can result in a fire that spreads over many acres, the danger of fire there is particularly serious. To help prevent forest fires in the area, the town government plans to post a ban on outdoor fires when such conditions prevail. Which of the following, if true, provides the strongest indication that the town’s plan will have at most a minor effect on the annual number of forest fires in the Enderton area? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q33 to Q36: Until recently, zoologists believed that all species of phocids (true seals), a pin- niped family, use a different maternal 16
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Line strategy than do otariids (fur seals and (5) sea lions), another pinniped family. Mother otariids use a foraging strategy. They acquire moderate energy stores in the form of blubber before arriving at breeding sites and then fast for 5 to 11 days after (10) birth. Throughout the rest of the lactation (milk production) period, which lasts from 4 months to 3 years depending on the species, mother otariids alternately for-
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