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The competitive exclusion principle states that _____.

A) it is not possible for two species with the same niche to coexist in the same region
B) it is not possible for two species to compete for the same resources
C) two species with different niches will not compete for the same resources
D) two species with the same niche will constantly be competing for resources

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Answer: A

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