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The Number of Malaria Patients in a Village Increased Tremendously When Large Number of Frogs Were Exported from the Village. What Could Be the Cause for It? - Science

The number of malaria patients in a village increased tremendously when large number of frogs were exported from the village. What could be the cause for it?

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Solution

As frogs were exported from the village, the mosquito population increased, because there were no frogs to consume the mosquitoes. Hence, the increased number of mosquitoes led to an increase in the number of malaria patients.

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Lakhmir Singh Class 10 Biology (Science)
Chapter 5 Our Environment
Q 28 | Page 227
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