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In a forest ecosystem, a robin and a squirrel live in the same tree. The two organisms _____. A.are part of the same population B.have the same niche C.share the same habitat D.are abiotic factors
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User: In a forest ecosystem, a robin and a squirrel live in the same tree. The two organisms _____. A.are part of the same population B.have the same niche C.share the same habitat D.are abiotic factors

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