Problem: The principle of competitive exclusion states that a. two species cannot coexist in the same habitat. b. competition between two species always causes extinction or emigration of one species. c. two species that have exactly the same niche cannot coexist in a community. d. two species will stop reproducing until one species leaves the habitat.

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The principle of competitive exclusion states that

a. two species cannot coexist in the same habitat.

b. competition between two species always causes extinction or emigration of one species.

c. two species that have exactly the same niche cannot coexist in a community.

d. two species will stop reproducing until one species leaves the habitat.

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