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The native range of a species includes all areas in which it lives. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

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Theresa Perry on August 6, 2018

The correct answer is True.All of the area in which a species lives (of course, not presented) is the area of natural distribution of the species. The term native is a term that specifically means that the area in which a species lives, it doesn't matter if it is a very small area, or spread over several continents, is the area of natural distribution of the species, and the species is regarded as native to all of that territory.There are many examples about this...- The Iberian lynx is native only to Spain (for which the species is native only to a small area).- The crow is native to the mid-latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere (so the crow is native to three continents).- The snow leopard is native to the Himalayas and the highlands (so that the snow leopard is native to a region of the high plateau that extends in several countries).


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