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Why has the spread of the herbicide-resistant hydrilla through Florida’s waterways resulted in them no longer being navigable by most boats? a. Thy hydrilla has induced a drought that drained the
waterways. b. The weed clogs propellers that boats use for propulsion. c. The sticky leaves of the weed hold boats in place. d. All of the above
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