Finding Nemo, A story about Mutualism

Finding Nemo, A story about Mutualism

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  •  Finding Nemo A story about Commensalism
  • We do have a relationship with sea anemones because we benefit from them. On the other hand, the sea anemones neither benefit nor harm from us. And this is called Commensalism.
  • Okay!
  • Hi teacher! Why do we need to hide on these sea anemones?
  • If you really wanna know, please follow me and I'll show you something.
  • Oooh, That's why.
  • That big guy over there is an example of a predator. He keeps an eye on his food which is us. So these anemones serve as our hiding place.
  • Look at that shark over there, we need to be quiet and hide inside.
  • I get it now, Teacher. So these plants help us in times of trouble. The predators are gonna have a hard time in finding us.
  • Thank you for letting me know this wonderful information, teacher. I have learned so much from you today.
  • So do you understand about it now? Any other clarifications about commensalism?
  • Where is Nemo? Where are the other clownfish?
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