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Preptest 49 section 4 (LR 2) question 19

Preptest 49 section 4 (LR 2) question 19
« on: June 05, 2007, 05:26:17 PM »
Ok so the answer is A which states most of the world's forests will lose at lease some of their plant or animal species if no one intervenes.

But, the argument says that:

great majority (most) of forests are fragments
and of the fragments they typically (most) can't sustain themselves and this leads to the endagered species death.

so if:
51 fragmented forests out of 100 total forest and of those 51 fragmented 26 have lost their ability to sustain themselves in the long term and thus the animals there die. Shouldn't that lead to a some....

 and thus shouldn't the answer be some  of the world's forests will lose at lease some of their plant or animal species if no one intervenes.


B is the only thats close but couldn't it be possible that 49/100 (less than a majority) of forests are intervened in and thus some of the fragmented ones have interventions and those might be the ones in which all the world endangerd species are located.

If someone could explain what I'm missing it would be greatly appreciatd.
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