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Struggling to survive or fight for existence is a term that refers to competition or fighting to gain the resources needed for survival or for life. It can refer to human society, or natural organisms. Competition for survival limits. The law of survival struggle is most clearly expressed through the laws of the natural world, especially the expression from biological competition, an important aspect of biological interaction between species. The competition whether it is competition with species or competition of different species or competition between each other is common because of the survival of the species, race, generation, herd, good family of each individual.

Biological competition or ecological or competitive competition exists in nature is the interaction between different organisms or species (in which both the living being or the species is compromised) in order to gain access to at least one biological resources (such as food, water and territory). Competition is not always simple and can happen directly and indirectly, from simple to complex. According to the competitive exclusion principle (biological excretion), species that are unsuitable for competition for resources must either be adapted or extinct. According to evolutionary theory, competitive races between species and resources are important in natural selection.

Intraspecific competition is the phenomenon of biological competition between individuals or groups of individuals in the same species that occur when facing adverse conditions such as lack of food, shelter or war. fighting for the right to maintain the race. Competition with species helps to maintain a stable number of individuals, balanced with the capacity of the environment. Competitive conditions of the same species arise when the uniform and competitive environment of the same species is fierce, the individuals are distributed evenly in the living area of ​​the population, the distribution of individuals of the same species in a way uniformity in the environment means less intense competition among individuals in the population. In the animal world, to compete for life, food or partner, individuals in the same species will defy all tricks, every way.

Other competitive species or Interspecific competition is a form of biological competition in which individuals, individual groups of different species compete, wrestle with the same resource in one Ecosystems such as food or territorial resources exist. This can be contrasted with cross-cooperation support such as symbiotic relations. Competition among members of the same species is called species competition (intraspecific). Other species competition will reduce ecological drive duplication as it will lead to ecological, ecological niches. Competition is just one of many biological and abiotic factors that interact with ecological community structure.

Scramble competition, also known as scramble, refers to an ecological situation in which a resource can be enough for all competitors (that is, it does not poisoned). However, because of finite such as food and water resources, the competition will take place which can lead to a reduction in survival rates for all competitors if resources are used for ability to win. Its jerky. Competing for competition is competition for a resource that does not fit the needs of all, but is equally divided among candidates, so no competitor can achieve what he needs and there will be no competition. kicking directly with each other but they will compete with each other to access and use the resources as much as possible with their opponents.