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which one is not an effect of deforestation? Destruction of habitat, Increased food supply, Poor air quality, or Poor soil quality
Increased food supply is not an effect of deforestation. [ ]
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User: which one is not an effect of deforestation? Destruction of habitat, Increased food supply, Poor air quality, or Poor soil quality

Weegy: Increased food supply is not an effect of deforestation. [ ]
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Weegy: What does a habitat provide for living things? idk .... o.o What three things must a habitat provide for plants? Answer . [ Leather Lazy Boy, chips, and Friday night ... ]
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