Competition in Animals

What do animals compete for?
Animals compete for food, water, space, mates and breeding sites.
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What will an animals territory be large enough for?
An animals territory be large enough for finding water, food and having space to breed
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What do predators compete with?
Predators compete with their prey as they want to eat them
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How may animals be harder to see?
Predators and prey may be camouflaged, making them harder to see
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What do prey animals compete with?
Prey animals compete with each other to espace from predators and find food for themselves
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How do animals prevent themselves from being eaten?
Some animals (e.g. catepillars) may be poisonous and have warning colours so they aren't eaten
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How may animals be harder to see?

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