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Consider the following food chain: Plants are eaten by grasshoppers, which are eaten by mice, which are eaten by snakes. What would happen to the other members of the food chain if the plant population was wiped out? a. The populations of grasshoppers, mice, and snakes would increase. b. The populations of grasshoppers and mice would increase, while the population of snakes would decrease. c. The populations of grasshoppers would decrease, while the population of mice and snakes would increase. d. The populations of grasshoppers, mice, and snakes would decrease.

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brunaoliveeira

D is the answer because of the grasshopper does not eat it does with nothing to eat which there is nothing for the mice to eat so it dies which then leaves nothing for the sake to eat. So the grasshopper, mice, and snakes would decrease.

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