There are a number of different things that can cause an ecological imbalance. Changes in weather patterns can change the growth rates of plants and in turn, restructure the entire ecosystem’s food webs. The addition or loss of a keystone species, either predator or prey can have drastic impacts on an area’s population dynamics. Natural disasters like volcanic eruptions or man-made ones like habitat destruction all can disrupt the delicate balance of an ecosystems. Ecosystems evolve their unique complexities over hundreds and thousands of years; changes in these places take place slowly and quick and drastic changes are the most damaging to their well-being and survival.
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