In nature, there are three main ways of ecological separation of coexisting species – in space, food resources, in time. Space separation is the most common way to avoid competition. For example, common tits in mixed forests, similar in structure and diet, feed in different places. Long-tailed tits collect food mainly at the thin ends of branches, in the periphery of the crown, gaiters often examine the base of thin shoots, blue tits feed on the upper part of the crown of trees, and large ones stay in the crown below the bluebreeds, collecting food also in shrubs and on the ground. The divergence of species with a similar type of nutrition and activity time is widespread in nature. For example, in the same ponds, pike and zander are hunted during the day, and catfish – at night.
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