Read the following scenario and answer the question(s) below.
Between 1907 and 1923, cattle grazing in the Kaibab National forest in Arizona was greatly reduced, deer hunting was eliminated, and predators were killed. Over 600 cougars, 11 wolves (most had already been killed in the 1800s), and 3,000 coyotes were trapped or shot. In response, the deer herd began to increase. By 1915, the deer were estimated at 25,000; by 1920 at 50,000; and by 1923 at approximately 100,000.
Which of these graphs shows the Kaibab deer population between 1900 and 1923?
a J-shaped upward curve with a very rapid increase