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Large size is a characteristic that tends to lead to the overexploitation of animals.
(7 True FT; False QUESTION 2 Populations of K-selected species are more likely to be able to withstand high levels of mortality than populations of r-selected species.
F? True 7) False

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According to the &quot;Where have all the God Gone&quot; article, which of the following likely did not contribute to the Gulf of Maine's cod fishery being
shut down? 'A Sustained income from a career in fishing cod despite decreased fish stocks.
'fl Increases in the size and efficiency of fishing vessels dramatically increasing the number and rate of fish caught.
'fl Technological developments in fishing equipment allowing fish to continue to be caught in similar amounts despite fewer to be found. 'A In fact, all of the above likely contributed to the shutdown. QUESTION 5 Which of the following statements about bushmeat are correct? U bushmeat only refers to the largest of the game species
U bushmeat is only harvested for subsistence purposes
O bushmeat is often hanrested because it is cheaper than other sources of meat D bushmeat crises may be exacerbated by habitat fragmentation

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