Two species that depend on each other for survival are evolving in a process called coevolution, in which evolutionary changes in one species result in evolutionary changes in the other species. how might coevolution present a problem to the species involved if the environment in which they lived changed?
a.)since they depend upon each other, a change that was damaging to one would also be damaging to the other.
some of the species might be forced to find different species to parasitize in order to survive the changes.
b.)the species involved would have to stop depending on each oth
Coevolution is the process in which one species depends on second species for their survival. One species depends on the survival of the second species.
If there is any change in the environment of one species since the other species depend on the first one, the change would affect the other one to.
If the change would be damaging to one species then the change would be damaging to other species too because both the species are dependent on each other.
So, the correct answer is option a
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they both go up but then go back down. they both end lower than they started. lastly, they both are competitive/the second on.