Question:

Pythons in the Florida Everglades escaped from pet stores during Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Now, populations of pythons have expl

Pythons in the Florida Everglades escaped from pet stores during Hurricane Andrew
in 1992. Now, populations of pythons have exploded and taken over many parts of
the Everglades. Why has this happened even though pythons are not native to
Florida?
A) Humans have increased the amount of nitrogen & phosphorous from
agricultural runoff in the Everglades that the snakes need to feed on.
B) Humans have altered the climate in Florida to support large snakes.
C) There were no constraints on python population growth that the snakes
would normally encounter in their native habitats
D) Humans selectively bred for larger pythons
E) Both C & D are correct

Pythons in the Florida Everglades escaped from pet stores during Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Now, populations of pythons have exploded and taken over many parts of the Everglades. Why has this happened even though pythons are not native to Florida? A) Humans have increased the amount of nitrogen & phosphorous from agricultural runoff in the Everglades that the snakes need to feed on. B) Humans have altered the climate in Florida to support large snakes. C) There were no constraints on python population growth that the snakes would normally encounter in their native habitats D) Humans selectively bred for larger pythons E) Both C & D are correct

Answer

E
Solution :- correct option is

You have used all your credits.

Download the app to see the question answer.

E Soluti... Download the app for the rest