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What would happen to the number of grass plants and foxes if the number of rabbits decreased?

Solution

 If the number of rabbits decreases, then there will be less food for foxes. Hence, they will not be able to survive, because of the shortage of food, and their number will decrease. A decrease in the number of rabbits will lead to an increase in the density of grass plants, as there will be fewer rabbits to consume them.

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 Lakhmir Singh Solution for Biology for Class 10 (2018 to Current)
Chapter 5: Our Environment
Q: 79.2 | Page no. 230

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Solution What Would Happen to the Number of Grass Plants and Foxes If the Number of Rabbits Decreased? Concept: Components of Eco System - Food Chains and Webs.
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