As long as the species do not have the same niche they can inhabit the same habitat. According to Princeton, a niche is “the status of an organism within its environment and community (affecting its survival as a species)” This means a niche is a combination of what the species eats, where it lives, etc. No two species can have the exact same niche. If they do, then one will eventually edge the other out. As long as two species have something different, such as a different food supply, they can survive in the same habitat.
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