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A zebra is found in its natural habitat.
An oxpecker spies the zebra and realizes that it is hungry and will eat the ticks on the zebras skin.
They are both benefiting from this symbiotic relationship called mutualism. The oxpecker is eating the parasites that would harm the zebra.
A dog is resting outside of his home.
In this picture we can see that there is a flea attached to his skin.
This type of symbiotic relationship is called parasitism. In this relationship the flea is the only one benefiting from the host.
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