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Which of the following is considered a cause of the current mass extinction? A. recycling B. pollution C. renewable resources D. water conservation
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User: Which of the following is considered a cause of the current mass extinction? A. recycling B. pollution C. renewable resources D. water conservation

Weegy: Pollution is considered a cause of the current mass extinction.
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User: What one of the following items is a producer of pollution? A. forest B. oceans C. factories D. bicycles

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FACTORIES are producers of pollution.
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