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Bufo marinus toads, fierce predators that will eat frogs

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Bufo marinus toads, fierce predators that will eat frogs lizards, and even small birds, are native to South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's in an attempt to control pests in the state's vast sugarcane fields.

(A) are native to South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's in an attempt to control
(B) are native in South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's as attempts to control
(C) are natives of South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's in an attempt at controlling
(D) had been native of South America but were inroduced to Florida during the 1930's as an attempt at controlling
(E) had been natives of South America but were inroduced to Florida during the 1930's as attempts at controlling


there are many issues of concern native/s,,,,native to/of
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Bufo marinus toads, fierce predators that will eat frogs lizards, and even small birds, are native to South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's in an attempt to control pests in the state's vast sugarcane fields.

(A) are native to South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's in an attempt to control
(B) are native in South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's as attempts to control
(C) are natives of South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's in an attempt at controlling
(D) had been native of South America but were inroduced to Florida during the 1930's as an attempt at controlling
(E) had been natives of South America but were inroduced to Florida during the 1930's as attempts at controlling
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I will go with ‘A’
It should be ‘native to’ to refer to animals

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"A" is best. attempt to control is right usage. Native to is correct. When u talk abt humans u shud use native of. Past perfect is not right as the first part of the sentence suggests that they still are native

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Bufo marinus toads, fierce predators that will eat frogs lizards, and even small birds, are native to South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's in an attempt to control pests in the state's vast sugarcane fields.

(A) are native to South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's in an attempt to control
(B) are native in South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's as attempts to control
(C) are natives of South America but were introfuced into Florida during the 1930's in an attempt at controlling
(D) had been native of South America but were inroduced to Florida during the 1930's as an attempt at controlling
(E) had been natives of South America but were inroduced to Florida during the 1930's as attempts at controlling


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guys wht about native/ natives,,,,,how to judge betwee them.
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