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A. Tropical Rainforest
C. Temperate Broadleaf Forest
A. In Eastern North America Only
B. In Africa
C. In North America, Europe, and China
D. Throughout South America
A. They have all become extinct since European settlement.
B. They all nest in imperiled swamp habitats.
C. They are some of the species adapted to living in cities.
D. They are protected by endangered species laws in the U.S. and Canada.
A. Grasshoppers & Crickets
C. Song Birds
A. Eastern Hemlock
B. American Chestnut
C. White Ash
D. Sugar Maple
A. The secondary forest has twice as much diversity as an old-growth forest.
B. There is no difference between them.
C. The old-growth has twice as much diversity as a secondary forest.
D. There is no way to tell.
A. Woody Plants
B. Aquatic Life
A. Wood Frogs
A. Heavy rainfall in at least nine months of the year and no months with lows averaging below freezing.
B. Moderate rainfall in every month of the year and at least 1 month with lows averaging below freezing.
C. Light rainfall in at least nine months of the year and at least 3 months with lows averaging below freezing.
A. Lungless Salamanders
B. Hellbenders and Mudpuppies
C. Darters (fish)
D. Snapping Turtles
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