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The village weaverbird is a native, non-invasive species A).in central Uganda and eastern South Africa, but elsewhere in the world it is a pest.B). outside of its native environmentC).. in regions
where coffee, maze, and palm oil are crops. nowhere. D).It is a pest everywhere it is found.
A. In central Uganda and eastern South Africa
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User: The village weaverbird is a native, non-invasive species A).in central Uganda and eastern South Africa, but elsewhere in the world it is a pest.B). outside of its native environmentC).. in regions where coffee, maze, and palm oil are crops. nowhere. D).It is a pest everywhere it is found.





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