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Answered 2007-09-06 06:07:39

The ecological niche of a animal is both its "address" and its "profession". It explains where in the ecosystem you will find the animal and what it will do there.

The basical niche is described by the abiotic factors, that surround the animal. The real niche, the animal is living in is most likely much smaller as biotic factors like competition, predation and so on also play a role in defining the niche!


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