Southern Florida has many tropical hardwood hammocks—forest habitats that are warm, wet, and populated with many broad-leaved evergreen trees. Why might a plant native to an ecosystem with a cooler climate do well if introduced to a tropical hardwood hammock? Group of answer choices The trees in the tropical hardwood hammock are better at competing for native resources than the introduced species are. The wet conditions in the tropical hardwood hammock disrupt the life cycle and limit reproduction of the introduced species. Freezing temperatures that normally limit the population in the cooler climate are lacking in the tropical hardwood hammock. Pollinators and seed carriers that normally increase the population in the cooler climate are lacking in the tropical hardwood hammock.