wot i meen :-)
Yes that happens. Of course to totally decimate
something, there needs to be at least ten of them to start with and one is
killed and so there are nine left. That is totally decimation. If there
are nine or less in the population, it is impossible to decimate them. But I
suspect you mean total devastation or total predation. I was wondering if you
were connected to Reid McLachlan.
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