what's the difference between an organism's nitch and habitat?
sorry I misspell niche not nitch
- devinthedragonLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
nitch can go further, as to explain it's predators and prey.
Nitch is how it as a puzzle piece fits into the world
- FantasyBookwormLv 41 decade ago
A habitat is where the organism lives, like in the ocean. A niche is where in that habitat it lives, feeds, etc. specifically. Like a fish's habitat could be the ocean, and it's niche is a coral reef.
- 1 decade ago
Niche is where the organism "fits into" it's habitat .Habitat may be the forest, but niche includes it's role in that forest eg, prey,predator, or scavenger.
- AmberLv 41 decade ago
a niche is their role,
a habitat is the surrounding in which they thrive