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Given that water serves as an environmental thermoregulator, which of the following biomes would you expect to have the most stable temperatures?
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In the 1600s and 1700s, European plantations in the West Indies a.turned to slavery to fulfill their need for workers. b.traded goods from Europe to help with costs. c.were able to contain the spread of disease. d.grew crops to feed their workers.
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