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The main force in the development and refinement of prey defenses is/are: A. nutrition. B. predators. C. the prey themselves. D. mate choices.
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User: The main force in the development and refinement of prey defenses is/are: A. nutrition. B. predators. C. the prey themselves. D. mate choices.

Weegy: it's letter C. the prey
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The answer is B. predators.

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