- Birth rate because it's about the population increase of giraffes
-The birth rate is the total number of live births per 1,000 in a population in a year or period. For example; in one year, 35 giraffes are born to a population.
-A population is defined as a group of individuals of the same species living and interbreeding within a given area. Members of a population often rely on the same resources, are subject to similar environmental constraints, and depend on the availability of other members to persist over time. Scientists study a population by examining how individuals in that population interact with each other and how the population as a whole interacts with its environment.
The answer is birth rate
Since 35 giraffes are born this means that the birth rate of giraffes each year is 35.
the number would be 16
The birth rate is the rate at which new members of a population are born in a year to a given fixed, current population, which is exactly what this question states. The growth rate would ultimately be expressed in terms of a percentage, with the number of births over the total starting population, multiplied by 100 to get a percentage,