the relationship that then have is the badger gets food for the honey guide
yes ,yes they are the honey guide leads the badger to a honey comb. the badger rips it apart and the small little pieces the badger does not eat goes to the honey guide.
the relashionship between a honey guide and honey badger is, when a honey guide smells honey he sings a little tune and waits for a honey badger to come. when the honey badger reaches the honey guide the bird flies to were the scent of honey came from leading the badger towards honey.
really they are in Africa, the honey guide bird guides the badger to the honey and then the badger breaks it and the badger and the honey guide bird eats it.they are a great team when they searches honey.................................................................. lol=laugh out loud
It depends on what kind of badger it is. An American badger, no. An African Honey Badger, yes.
The badger part of the team can raid a bee nest and get the honey (it is called a honey badger) and the bird part of the team scouts out where the bee nests are and leads the badger to them (hence honey guide). The badger gets information, the bird (leftover) food.
symbiotic relationship of honey badger and honeyguide bird
Honey badgers and honey guide birds do not live together. However, they both benefit each other. The honey guide bird leads the honey badger to bee hives. The badger then tears open the hive and eats honey and bee larvae, which it wouldn't have found without the bird. The badger leaves scattered scraps behind, which the bird eats, but it could not have accessed them without the manual labor of the badger.
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The honey guide bird and the honey badger have a mutualistic relationship which means both the bird and badger benefit. The bird locates the honey while the badger attacks and drives off the bees. They can break through the bees nests and they both can eat.
An African Honey Guide is a small bird in Africa that locates beehives with the help of a badger.
The honey guide bird and the honey badger have a mutalistic relationship, because both the bird and badger benefit, because the bird locates the honey while the badger attacks the bees and the bird can break through the bees nests hard shell and they both snack.
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