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Biology, 03.12.2019 05:58 estella09

Suppose two trees were
damaged by two different
bark-eating animals. the
first animal ate a ring of
bark all the way around
the tree. the second
animal ate the same
amount of bark as the
first, but peeled it off as
a vertical strip. did the
two animals do the same
amount of damage to the
trees? explain your answer.

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