Which biotic factor would limit the antelope population in the african savanna?

Which biotic factor would limit the antelope population in the african savanna?

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It might be Lions if that's an answer choice then yeah 
Any predator of the Antelope population/species of that area, or any human pollution could also affect it. Hope this helps.

The correct answer is B) Lion .

In African savana variety of food chains operate. Any food chain consists of producer and different consumers. In a given question antelopes are herbivores. They are the primary consumers and eats green plants (producers). Whereas lions are carnivores. They are predator which kills antelopes and eat them. Therefore, lion will limit the population of antelopes in African savana.  

B) Lions is the answer
First you need to know what a biotic factor is.

Biotic factors are living components (animals, plants, bacteria, etc...) that either affect the environment or affect population of the ecosystem.

Therefore a biotic factor that would limit the antelope population would be lions.

Your answer would be lions.

Hope this helps

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