A teacher is explaining to her students the difference between an organism’s habitat and its niche. Which exam?

*A habitat is the student’s house, while her niche is the activities that she partakes in within her house.
*A habitat is the role the student occupies within her neighborhood, while her niche is her community.
*A habitat is the student’s role within her family, while her niche is her family’s role in the neighborhood.
*A habitat is the student’s neighborhood, while her niche is her family.

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3 Responses to “A teacher is explaining to her students the difference between an organism’s habitat and its niche. Which exam?”

  1. John R said:

    habitat:where it lives; niche:what it does

  2. Hui min said:

    A habitat is the student’s house, while her niche is the activities that she partakes in within her house

    Thus if she dies (aka extinct), her death will affect the “ecosystem” around her. eg: her little bro will get more attention (the prey the organism feeds on will increase in number)

  3. Buffy Huelskamp said:

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