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they compete so they can suvive and reproduce

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Usually animals of the same species compete for mates { two males usually compete over one female.} Animals could compete over prey or vegetation too.

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They generally compete for territory, food and mates.

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Food, water, space, etc.

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When members of a species compete what do do they compete for?

Food, water, space, etc.


What do members in a species compete for?

they compete for food,mates,and places to put there baby's


When members Of a species compete what do they do?

Food, water, space, etc.


When the members of species compete what do they compete for?

Usually animals of the same species compete for mates { two males usually compete over one female.} Animals could compete over prey or vegetation too.


When do species compete in an ecosystem?

Since food and other resources are limited, the members of a species must compete with each other to survive. Competition does not always involve direct physical fights between members of a species. Instead, competition is usually indirect.


What did Darwin view life as a competitive struggle for?

Accordting to Darwin every species on earth is struggle and compete for survival or existance. The competion can be between the members of different species or b/w the membere of same species or it can be with enviornmental conditions. The most important is b/w the members of same species as they compete for same requirements of food and shelter.


What is it called when members of each species compete regularly for food and other necessary resources?

scientific for evolution


What means that members of each species compete regularly for food and other necessary resources?

Struggle for existence


The struggle between organisms for the limited resources in a habitat?

Competition: intraspecifically (between members of the same species) or interspecifically (between members of different species).


When members of a species such as redwing blackbirds compete for territory some of the animals lose out What might happen to these individuals What are some of the possible consequences of hold?

they die or lose their mate


When no living members of a species exists the species .?

when there are no living members of a species the species is said to be "extinct".


Why might members of species compete with one another?

They generally compete for territory, food and mates.