density independent factors-

Density independent factors are factors that affect a population regardless of the size of the population.
one example of a density independent factor is any kind of weather, because the population does not affect the weather and for example if a hurricane hits a large city with a million people in it and it also hits a city with a population of only one thousand people there it will kill alot of people.

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