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 What do animals and plants compete for?

Answer Food, primarily.
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What do plants compete for?

Answer Plants compete for growing space, nutrients and water. If they are very crowded, they can even compete for sunlight.
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What Animals Eat Plants & Animals?

An animal that eats both plants and other animals is classified as an omnivore. There are two types of omnivores; those that hunt live prey: such as herbivores and other omnivores, and those that ... Read More »
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How are animals different from plants?

Both plants and animals are organisms. An organism is defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary as "a living being." However, just because both plants and animals are organisms does not mean they a... Read More »
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Why do animals need plants?

It is virtually impossible to overstate the importance of plants. Except in a few environments---deep oceans and caves, for example---plants essentially make possible the existence of animal commun... Read More »
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