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If the climate of an environment is rapidly changing, which one of the following organisms would most likely go extinct?
A) a bacterial species that exchanges genetic material with other bacteria
B) a species of fish that only reproduces asexually
C) a large interbreeding population of snails
D) a plant species that can reproduce both asexually and sexually
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4 years ago
Yup, that was correct. That totally makes more sense now. I kept on thinking like it was a trick question, so it stunted me a bit.
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