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Item ID014004: Changes in a population in a food web (robins) can affect the population of its prey (caterpillars).

The diagram below shows the feeding relationships between populations of plants and animals in an area. The arrows point from the organisms being eaten to the organisms that eat them. 


A disease kills all of the robins in this area. It does not kill any other plants or animals. If the size of the fox population stays the same, which population of organisms will increase after the robins die? Use only the relationships between the plants and animals shown in the diagram.

A. Mice

B. Owls

C. Trees

D. Caterpillars

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Students Responding Correctly
Group Correct Total Percent
Overall 953 1369 70%
  6–8 503 761 66%
  9–12 448 605 74%
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