There are a few possible reasons why your API data might be being called multiple times in a React Native application. Here are some potential causes:

  1. You might be calling the API multiple times in your code. For example, you might have multiple components that are independently fetching data from the API, or you might be calling the API multiple times in a single component.
  2. You might be using a state management library like Redux, and the API data is being called multiple times because of actions being dispatched to the store.
  3. You might have a race condition in your code, where multiple events are triggering the API call at the same time.
  4. You might have a bug in your code that is causing the API call to be triggered multiple times.

To troubleshoot this issue, you will need to carefully review your code and try to identify the cause of the multiple API calls. It might be helpful to use a tool like the React Native debugger or the browser’s developer console to log the API calls and see where they are coming from.

If you are still having trouble identifying the cause of the issue, you might want to consider posting a question on a forum like Stack Overflow or asking for help in a React Native community. There are many experienced developers who might be able to help you figure out what is going on.

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