Populations are always changing. Sometimes changes are the result of humans interfering with food webs or habitats. But even when humans do not interfere, populations will still naturally shift up and down or fluctuate. For example, let us study the relationship between the Canada lynx and its primary prey, the snowshoe hare.
Answer the following questions that are on the doc named: “4ecHare and Lynx Populations”
Answer thoroughly with a couple of sentences or words.
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