Symbiosis

Symbiosis
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Symbiotic relationships

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  • I bet we will see lots of them this weekend - I will point them out to you!
  • Man, I really don't understand SYMBIOTIC relationships!
  • Do you see all the bees flying around those flowers? That's MUTUALISM - both organisms benefit, the bees get nectar and the plants get pollinated.
  • Oh I get it! It's MUTUALLY beneficial!
  • Why are those birds on the cows? That's so weird. 
  • That's a good example of COMMENSALISM. The birds eat the bugs around the cows, and the cows aren't bothered by the birds. 
  • Ow! These mosquitoes keep biting me! 
  • That's because they are PARASITIC - one organism is harmed while the other benefits.
  • ...Wolves howling in the distance...
  • I knew we should've just gone to a movie!
  • That sounded really close! 
  • You know, wolves are predators, and they hunt in packs and communicate by howling. PREDATION is when one organism captures or consumes another!
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