In biology or ecology, a niche is a specialized area in which evolution optimizes certain species for. Some examples are predator, grazer, hunter-gatherer, scavenger, and parasite. Examples of animals occupying those niches are lion, deer, human, vulture, and roundworm.What is the meaning of niche?
Niche Definition. The niche of an organism is the functional role that it plays within an ecosystem. The niche (better refined as the ‘ecological niche’) is determined by the abiotic factors, which comprise of living features such as animals, plants and fungi, and biotic factors.