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The rarest distribution pattern in nature is random. true or false
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The three methods for determining population size are observation, mark and recapture, and sampling. true or false
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The three methods for determining population size are observation, mark and recapture, and sampling. TRUE.
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When tagging animals specifically for the study of population size, scientists must do all of the following EXCEPT:
Weegy: where are the choices please...thank you (More)
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tag all individuals during the first study to ensure accurate results
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make sure that markings do not harm the animal
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ensure that tags are non-toxic and will not come off of the animal
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ensure that the location and color of the tag does not draw the attention of predators
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