Symbiosis by Jileah English
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Okay class! Today we will be looking at the types of symbiosis .
Over here is an example of mutualism. Here the the bee is pollinating the flower which helps the flower grow and the bee is getting nectar.
This is an example of commensalism. The cattle egret feeds on the insects that live on the cow. The cow is not affected even though the bird is benefited.
This is an example of predator and prey. Here the fox is about to prowl on the deer. Which would make the deer the prey and the fox the predator.
THis is an example of parasitism. Here the mosquito is sucking blood from the pig. The pig is being harmed while the mosquito is being benefited.
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