The author would most likely agree with which of the following statements about the prevalence of specific individual recognition that occurred in fish in the laboratory studies discussed? A. It suggests that the laboratory studies were well designed to simulate the natural habitats of the fish studied. B. It suggests that the advantages that individual recognition provides free-ranging fish differ significantly from those provided to fish in laboratory studies. C. It might have been inflated due to continued exposure to the same individuals. D. It may occur with greater frequency as the number of individuals in a population increases. E. It sheds light on the phenomenon of reciprocal altruism among free-ranging fish.