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Running head: UNIT 2 ASSIGNMENT 1 Guamtri Blakes Where Do We Fit in? Kaplan University
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WHERE DO WE FIT IN 2 ABSTRACT When we think about our world, we know what our day to day life will consist of. We understand that even though we are one person that we can wear many different roles. Our niche explains who and what we are. For example, when we are born we are someone’s child, sibling, niece, nephew, cousin, or grandchild. Throughout our lives, we will continue to be these things and new roles will be added to us. Your niche will continue to change until the day you die. The same is true for your habitat because today you live in a home or apartment and through no fault of your own, you can lose it all. In this paper, I will try to explain my niche and habitat as it is now and how it will all change when given a promotion to an Ecologist studying animal mating in the Arctic.
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WHERE DO WE FIT IN 3 Kathleen Ireland (2013) describes a niche as the organism’s job or role in the community and everything from where an organism lives to what it eats to what time of day it is active. When I think about my niche I am a daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin, wife, mother, grandmother, daughter-in-law, sister-in-law and friend. I am also a Christian, a student, a medical assistant, and a co-worker. On the daily I am a driver because I have to make sure that my family gets to where they need to go before I can make it to work. I wake up at 6 a.m. every day and start my day. I go to the grocery store and buy foods that I know my family will eat on the daily.
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