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In the United States,the rare red wolf(Canis lupus) has been known to hybridize with coyotes (Canis latrans), which are much more numerous. Although red wolves and coyotes differ in terms ofmorphology, DNA. and behavior. genetic evidence suggests that living red wolfindividuals are actually hybrids. Red wolves are designated as an endangered species and hence receive legal protection under the Endangered Species Act. Some people think that their endangered status should be withdrawn because the remaining red wolves are hybrids. not members of a "pure" species. Do you agree? \xrhy or why not?

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Chapter 7: Respiration (Cellular) RESPIRATION  Organisms can be classified based on how they obtain energy: Autotrophs: are able to produce their own organic molecules through photosynthesis Chemoautotrophs: gets energy from chemicals (ex. Organisms living in ocean) Heterotrophs: live on organic compounds produced by other organisms  All...

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