Predation, Mutualism, Commensalism, or Parasitism
CommensalismCommensalism is a relationship between two living organisms where one benefits and the other is neither harmed nor helped.
The clownfish lives among the forest of tentacles of an anemone and is protected from potential predators.
Some birds live among cattle to eat the insects stirred up as they walk. One example are egrets who hunt forinsects near a grazing animals mouth.
One animal attaching itself to another for transportation such as barnaclesattach to shells or whales or a shrimp riding on a sea slugs. barnacles on whale’s tail and clam shrimp riding on a sea slug
One species uses a second organism for housing such as small mammals or birds that lives in holesin trees or orchids which live in trees.Orchid in rainforest Venezuela
ParasitismOne organism, usually physically smaller of the two (the parasite) benefits and the other (the host) is harmed
Ticks and fleas that live in a host animals fur bite the animal and drink its blood are parasites.
Insects such as mosquitoesfeeding on a host are parasites.