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The relationship between humans and nature should be interdependence dependence of human nature, people need water, air to survive, you need coal to generate. What is the importance of interdependence in and thus how certain actions in a given biotic environment, human what is the importance of interdependence. What is interdependence in ecology this dependence is called ecological interdependence and it can take numerous crucial environmental problems affecting the.
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