One advantage of preserving more than one population of an endangered species at more than one location is .
a. a lower risk of extinction of the entire species if a catastrophe strikes one location;
b. higher levels of inbreeding in each population;
c. higher rates of genetic drift in each population;
d. lower numbers of heterozygotes in each population;
e. higher rates of habitat fragmentation in the different locations
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