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Which topic is narrow enough to develop a research report on it? A. Habitats of Sea Mammals B. Sea Mammals: Species Distinctions C. Dangers of Extinction: Southern Sea Otters D. Sea Otters and Other Marine Mammals
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User: Which topic is narrow enough to develop a research report on it? A. Habitats of Sea Mammals B. Sea Mammals: Species Distinctions C. Dangers of Extinction: Southern Sea Otters D. Sea Otters and Other Marine Mammals

Weegy: Which topic is narrow enough to develop a research report on it? B. Sea Mammals: Specicies Distinctions
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"Dangers of Extinction: Southern Sea Otters" is narrow enough to develop a research report on it.
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