Which is the most common type of dispersion?
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Dispersion is the spatial distribution of individuals in a population. It describes the pattern in which organisms are distributed in a given place. There are three simple types of dispersion: clumped, even or uniform and random. The most common type of dispersion is the clumped in which organisms are distributed in groups. This suggests that extensive interaction among individuals or other components of the environment. Since most organisms live in group, herd of mammals and school of fish, they usually move also in clumps or in groups
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