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Once common throughout the Western plains, black-footed

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Once common throughout the Western plains, black-footed [#permalink] New post 08 Apr 2004, 02:53
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Once common throughout the Western plains,
black-footed ferrets are thought to have declined in
number as
a result of the poisoning of prairie dogs,
their prey.

(A) black-footed ferrets are thought to have
declined in number as
(B) it is thought that the decline in number of
black-footed ferrets is
(C) the decline in the number of black-footed
ferrets is thought of as
(D) that black-footed ferrets have declined in their
numbers is thought to be
(E) the numbers of the black-footed ferret are
thought to have declined as

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 [#permalink] New post 10 Apr 2004, 10:54
yes OA is A.
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