Which detail from the text most strongly supports the inference that releasing a pet into the wild can change the balance of nature within an enviorment
In some places, invasive species have wiped out native populations.
This is the detail that most strongly supports the inference that releasing a pet into the wild can change the balance of nature within an environment. Because nature relies on a precise balance of elements, species exist on a hierarchical structure. This is the food chain. Some species eat others, and they are in turn eaten by different ones. By introducing pets into an ecosystem, we change this delicate balance. Pets do not have natural predators, which means that they often dominate the environment and end up wiping out native populations.
he does not belive what the men tell him about the jungle
it ends with a marriage, but also with prospero giving up his power.
the tempest is a play written by william shakespeare between 1610-1611, it narrates the story of prospero a magician that sets a storm to wreck a ship, this sets the story to kill the king of naples. while it is a romantic style play, it isn´t traditional because of the ending, it end with the marriage and the magician giving up his powers.