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As I reread B now with a clear head I understand how incredibly stupid it is. But it was a POE to get to B for me. D was perfect but I didn't like it's use of "certain" invertebrates. I know that's def more supported than anything in B - at least now I see it - but I used the line references of 7-12 to get rid of D. "Numerous case of crustaceans and other invertebrates" and I know numerous is also not indicative of a large sum (by lsat logic) but at the time I just thought the two to be different.
What can I do to avoid over thinking details like this? I thought leaving and coming back would clear my head and it somewhat did because I was going to chose C..but still chose another incorrect answer.