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How is a climax community different than a primitive community? a. The types of organisms present in a climax community are more complex. b. Primitive communities tend to have less biodiversity than climax communities. c. Climax communities are more stable than primitive communities. d. All of the above

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FlorineCrayton

The correct answer for the question that is being presented above is this one: "d. All of the above." A climax community is a community consisting of plants and animals which by the process of ecological succession has reached a stable state. Primitive communities tend to have less biodiversity than climax communities. Climax communities are more stable than primitive communities.

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