How does dense populations affect the natural environment?
it affects it by destroying the environment and polution
Abundance, adaptations, depletion, mortality and pollution describe ways that fertilizers and pesticides affect the environment. Positive effects include abundance of dense, lush, thick vegetation. Negative effects range from adaptations by non-targets and targets through immunity to treatments and their residue, depletion of soil through nitrogen in excess of moisture underground, mortality of non-target and target animals and plants and pollution of air, land and water.
Large open grasslands for African lions but dense jungle for the asiatic lions The most common lion, the Savannah lions, live in the... Savannah! It is a desert like environment with sparse grass and some forests. The only shade is the trees in the not very dense forest/ shrubs, and there are large expanses of open plains.