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Environmental spills of petroleum are sometimes cleaned up by using A. protists. B. viruses. C. bacteria. D. bacteriophages.
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User: Environmental spills of petroleum are sometimes cleaned up by using A. protists. B. viruses. C. bacteria. D. bacteriophages.

Weegy: The answer is Bacteria
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User: Bacteria live in a variety of locations one of which is the human mouth. Which explanation supports the wide variety of bacteria in the mouth? A. Accessibility to air cause bacteria to change form. B. Salivary glands cause mutations in populations of bacteria. C. Accessibility to nutrients makes the mouth a favorable habitat. D. Calcium in the teeth provides appropriate pH levels in the mouth.

Weegy: Accessibility to nutrients makes the mouth a favorable habitat.
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