Can two species occupy the same habitat?
Almost all organisms on Earth are in strict competition for food, mates, and space. This can be intra-species as well as inter-species, affecting both the larger population or the larger ecology.
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Yes, two species can occupy the same habitat, although competition for ecological niches is severe. As an example, both lions and hyenas are...
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from General Studies Science: Help & ReviewChapter 24 / Lesson 1