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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Symbiosi s Symbiosis is a close,long-term relationshipbetween 2 organisms.There are 3 different typesof symbiosis, Mutualism,Commensalism, andParasitism. Mutualism isa type of symbiosis whereboth organisms benefit. Commensalism iswhere one organism benefitsand the other organism isunaffected. Parasitism is when one organism is harmed, and one organism benifits. In this picture, commensalism is shown because the barnacles on the whale get a home, which benefits them, and they do not affect the whale. The sea lamprey in this picture(the worm-like thing) is a parasite because it is suckingthe fishes blood, which is goodfor the lamprey and bad forthe fish. This picture shows mutualism, a formof symbiosis where both organismsbenefit. In this picture, the bee isgetting the nectar from the plant touse as food, while spreading pollento other plants, so the plants canreproduce. Can you identify which type of symbiosis that the creatures in these pictures have? A flatworm attaches to a horseshoe crab and it will eat the crabs food. This does not harm the crab. A. Clownfish live amid the tentacles of the anemones which protectsthem from predators. B. Leeches suck the bloodof humans and other animals for their food. Answers are on the last slide of the PowerPoint / Google Slide Presentation C. Oxpeckers land on rhinos or zebras and eat ticks and other parasites that live on their skin.
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