Problem: How is habitat fragmentation related to extinction?a. More soil is subject to erosion.b. Fragments generate silt that negatively affects drainages.c. Populations of organisms in fragments are smaller and, thus, more susceptible to extinction.d. Less carbon dioxide is absorbed by plants.e. Animals are forced out of habitat fragments.

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How is habitat fragmentation related to extinction?

a. More soil is subject to erosion.

b. Fragments generate silt that negatively affects drainages.

c. Populations of organisms in fragments are smaller and, thus, more susceptible to extinction.

d. Less carbon dioxide is absorbed by plants.

e. Animals are forced out of habitat fragments.

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