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- n. The average number of people who live on each square mile (or kilometer) of land.
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The population density increased, and the lizards ceased to defend territories in the way that the ‘ancestral’ population on Pod Kopiste did.
You can see that up to about generation 33,000, the average population density of Tribe Ara−3 was coasting along at an OD of about 0.04, which was not very different from all the other tribes.
The gross population density of Midtown Manhattan, for example, is more than eighty people per acre, which is unusually high for an American city.
There was one other standard for judging the population density of B. irregularis, mentioned by Tom Fritts in an official report: How many specimens could a veteran snake collector gather in a single night?
It is clear, though, that the indri’s slow rate of reproduction and its low population density make the species especially vulnerable to extinction.