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  • 1. Symbiotic CompetitionSerene Hozien, Justina Johnson, Careena ChenMarch 31, 2013
  • 2. Symbiotic RelationshipsDefinition:• A relationship of mutual benefit or dependence• Does not necessarily, benefit each member• Can be two dissimilar organisms
  • 3. CompetitionDefinition:• The struggle between individuals of the same or different species for food, space, light, shelter and other vital requirements
  • 4. Two Jaguars Competing for a GazelleExample #1
  • 5. Ducks competing for food in a pondExample #2
  • 6. • Two Large Cats Fighting for ZebraIntroduction for next slide:• Serene as Jaguar• Careena as Panther• Justina as Zebra Jaguar and Panther fight over a Lone Zebra 
  • 7. Two Large Cats Fighting for ZebraExample #3
  • 8. Animals Fighting for foodExample #4
  • 9. ConclusionAnimals will always look for easy preyor easy source of food.Like the saying goes, “Just reach forthe low hanging fruit first”
  • 10. Sources• FreeDictonary.com• ArchiveVideo.com• Youtube.com• NationalGeographic.com

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