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16 October, 07:33

How might a flood or a drought affect plants and animals

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  1. 16 October, 08:12
    A drought could dry out and kill the plants living in the area, and the plant-eating population of animals would decrease. If so, the carnivorous (meat eating) animals would have little food to eat. A flood could disrupt the plant and animal living environment/ecosystem and cause the plant and animal population to decrease.
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