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How would a harsh winter most likely affect the rabbit population size? population decreases population increases population reaches carrying capacity population completely dies off

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The correct answer should be that population declines. It would be really cold and there would be less food. Rabbits spread quickly so that there is not enough food for everyone since they are herbivores and plants usually do not have a good time in freezing winters. This means that the population will decrease.