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Problem: What is the single greatest threat to biodiversity?a. overharvesting of commercially important speciesb. habitat alteration, fragmentation, and destructionc. introduced species that compete with native speciesd. novel pathogens

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What is the single greatest threat to biodiversity?

a. overharvesting of commercially important species

b. habitat alteration, fragmentation, and destruction

c. introduced species that compete with native species

d. novel pathogens

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