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Bats may be higher in number in a habitat with abundant flying insects and roosting sites, but lower where there is abundant food but fewer suitable shelters. Which relates to this observation?
Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Exponential growth B. Logistic growth C. Limiting Factor
C. Limiting Factor
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