Which of the following correctly orders the zone of depths in a lake from shallowest to deepest? A. Profundal, littoral, limnetic B. Littoral, profundal, limnetic C. Littoral, limnetic, profundal D. Limnetic, littoral, profundal
The order of zone of depths in a lake from shallowest to deepest is; Littoral, limnetic, profundal.
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The order of zone of depths in a lake from shallowest to deepest is; Littoral, limnetic, profundal.
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