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How can climate and temperature influence an individual s behavior? a. Climate and temperature can affect an individual s social interactions. b. Climate and temperature can affect an
individual s attitude toward survival. c. Climate and temperature affect all aspects of an individual s behavior. d. Climate and temperature have no effect on an individual s behavior.
c. Climate and temperature affect all aspects of an individual s behavior. is the answer
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Humans are dependent on a functioning biosphere and other ecological systems for survival
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Humans are dependent on a functioning biosphere and other ecological systems for survival. This is True.

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