What Is a Fishes Niche?

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Generally, a fish's niche is the position held by it in its natural environment. Fishes are water pollutants with their nitrogenous wastes, predators when they prey on other animals and saviours when they nourish water plants with carbon dioxide. Niche therefore, is their role in helping maintain the stability of their aquatic ecosystem.
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