Habitat is defined as the natural environment in which an animal, plant or a bio-organism lives in. Ecological habitat is defined as that community structure in which autotrophic plants, herbivores, carnivores and more live in an adaptive setting. Habitat is considered as the biological version of a home. In comparison to the general definition of a niche, it is usually a position in someplace or setting. It is synonymous with recess, alcove, slot etc. Compared to the habitat, the niche on the other hand is a study of how organisms within the environment respond to the resources within the environment in relation to competition for the resources within the environment. Niche is understood as the role played by an ecological organism in order to survive in that ecosystem. Niche defines how the organism fits into the community or habitat. A process of adaptation and evolution over the years will define how the organism is able to fit into the habitat. An organism’s niche described the organism with respect to its competition. Two organisms within the habitat can have the same niche as well. An example of a habitat is a river habitat, having the right setting for organisms like aquatic flora, fishes etc. An example of a niche is an oak tree that grows tall in order to absorb sunlight.