What are Ecological Equivalents?

Ecological Equivalents are two organisms from two different taxonomic groups that adapt to similar niche and habitats at different locations. These organisms are totally unrelated, and their ecological equivalence is a result of convergent evolution.

Examples include sharks(fish) and dolphins(mammals); Cactus and Euphorbia.

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