Competition in a biological community includes animal and plant species within the ecosystem that compete over food, territories, and mating opportunities. Competition occurs in every ecosystem in nature, and it develops when more than one organism has the same need for the resources as another to survive.
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More resources and inspiration:
Peter R. Grant ja B. Rosemary Grant: 40 Years of Evolution: Darwin´s Finches on Daphne Major Island. Princeton University Press. 2014
* Fuse School: Competition and Natural Selection
* Fuse School: Evolution by Natural Selection-Darwin´s Finches