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Problem: If the sun were to suddenly stop providing energy to Earth, most ecosystems would eventually vanish. Which of the following ecosystems would likely survive the longest after this hypothetical disaster? a. pelagic ocean b. tundra c. deep benthic ocean d. a desert spring

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If the sun were to suddenly stop providing energy to Earth, most ecosystems would eventually vanish. Which of the following ecosystems would likely survive the longest after this hypothetical disaster?

a. pelagic ocean

b. tundra

c. deep benthic ocean

d. a desert spring

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