suggest two reasons why the population of bison and Banff national park might NOT be in Hardy -Weinberg equilibrium 2- describe two conditions required for populations in game reserves or national park to exhibit Hardy -Weinberg equilibrium

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1- suggest two reasons why the population of bison and Banff national park might NOT be in Hardy -Weinberg equilibrium
2- describe two conditions required for populations in game reserves or national park to exhibit Hardy -Weinberg equilibrium

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I f t’ . . . . " mm ‘0" Use the followmg information to answer the next three questions. V Flag question – B | son Bison roamed free in an area along the eastern slopes of the Rockies, in what is now Banff National Park, for thousands of years before being wiped out by hunting in the mid-18005. Elk Island National Park, located 35 km east of Edmonton has been an important refuge for bison, amongst many other species of animals. In January 2017,16 bison, which were raised in Elk Island National Park, were moved to Banff National Park. They were contained in a paddock initially, but then the animals were released into a partially fenced area,about 425 km2 in size, in the backcountry. There is hope the animals will eventually be free roaming.