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A population of sea life was very successful in its marine environment. Suddenly, this sea life experienced a rapid decrease in population and ultimately, extinction. Which of the following processes most likely led to this extinction?
A population of sea life was very successful in its marine environment. Suddenly, this sea life experienced a rapid decrease in population and ultimately, extinction. Marine regression processes most likely led to this extinction.
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A population of sea life was very successful in its marine environment. Suddenly, this sea life experienced a rapid decrease in population and ultimately, extinction. Marine regression processes most likely led to this extinction.

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