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Cats, dogs and bears all belong to the Carnivora clade of mammals, but they are not the only ones belonging to this clade. For instance, cats are more closely related to mongoose and hyenas than to dogs or bears, who in turn are more closely related to raccoons, weasels, and walruses. Their common ancestors likely displayed various adaptations to a ...
As it has been said by @A.kennard in the comments, the definition the OP found is not complete. The full definition on the link he gave is: Niche Complementarity: The tendency for coexisting species which occupy a similar position along one niche dimension to differ along another.
I am not sure I'm providing the kind of answer you would expect. Your question is very conceptual. For such question it is important to very well define the concepts you're using. For example, the concept of species is not well defined (and will certainly never be well defined as it does not represent a natural category to my point of view). Also, the ...
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