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In an ecosystem, one species dying off due to competition for the same resources as another species is an example of: (Points : 5) 1. intraspecific competition. 2. the competitive
exclusion principle. 3.character displacement. 4.resource partitioning.
1. intraspecific competition, this is the answer if what you are reffering to is the same species in one ecosystem
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