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What would happen to the rest of the trophic levels if one them was wiped out?
if a trophic level is wiped out,then the following things would happen 1) The trophic level before it will grew in large no. 2) Trophic level next to it will die due to non-availability of food ... [ Plz vote me for best ans [ ] ]
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