Is there any difference between population and species?

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is there any diffence between species and population?
by: harub ubuguyu

The answer is 'yes or no',thi is due to the following facts: species become a population only if they live and interact together within the same area at a certain period, but if these species are isolated apart from each other,they can not be termed as a population.

POPULATION
by: aditi tulsyan

Population is a group of living organism which are found in a specific area and can reproduce with each other to give a fertile offspring.

The difference between population and species
by: shazma

Population is the number of organisms in an ecosystem a particular period of time but species is the term given for organisms that share common genes and interbreed to produce fertile offspring.

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