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Overpopulate a fish tank and see what happens.

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Q: Species may reduce competition by partitioning the available resources resulting in each species occupying a larger niche than if there were no competition?
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What is resource partition?

Resource partitioning is an evolutionary way for species to deal with competition for resources with other species. Species evolved in a way that allowed them to divide resources with other species to ensure their survival.

What relationships exists when the available resources within an environment are limited?


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What is the same of different species attempt to use an ecological resource at the same time and same place?

One of the species has to become extinct because one will be more successful than the other. This is called the Law of Competitive Exclusion. Resource partitioning is a way to prevent this, or when two species use different resources in order to avoid competition and create differentiation in their ecological niches.