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[[Image:200px-School_of_reef_fish_at_Rapture_Reef,_French_Frigate_Shoals.jpg|right|Fig. A group of squirrelfish (''Holocentrus ascensionis'') that are shoaling, not schooling: though swimming as a group, their speed and direction are not synchronised.
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[[Image:200px-School_of_reef_fish_at_Rapture_Reef,_French_Frigate_Shoals.jpg|300px|right|A group of squirrelfish (''Holocentrus ascensionis'') that are shoaling, not schooling: though swimming as a group, their speed and direction are not synchronised. This is a typical example of a marine population.
 
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{{Definition|title=Population|definition=A population is a group of individuals of one [[species]] that live in the same geographical area at the same time.<ref name="solomon">Solomon, E. P., Berg, L. R., & Martin, D. W. (2002). Biology, sixth edition. (N. Rose, Ed.). Stamford, CT: Thomson Learning.</ref>}}
  
  
  
A population is a group of individuals of one species that live in the same geographical area at the same time.
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A group of squirrelfish (Holocentrus ascensionis) that are shoaling, not schooling: though swimming as a group, their speed and direction are not synchronised. This is a typical example of a marine population. [1]


Definition of Population:
A population is a group of individuals of one species that live in the same geographical area at the same time.[2]
This is the common definition for Population, other definitions can be discussed in the article


References

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish
  2. Solomon, E. P., Berg, L. R., & Martin, D. W. (2002). Biology, sixth edition. (N. Rose, Ed.). Stamford, CT: Thomson Learning.



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