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Commensalism - commensalism is a class of relationship between two organisms where one organism benefits but the other is neutral (there is no harm or benefit)
Asked in Earth Sciences, Ecosystems, Biomes, Rainforests
What is an example of commensalism in the African savanna?
Commensalism is when two animals work together unwittingly, to help each other survive. An example of this is the relationship between the lion and hyena. The lion makes a kill, eats what she wants, and leaves the rest for the hyena. ...
Asked in Grasslands
What is an example of commensalism in the grasslands?
an example of commensalism in the grasslands is.. a Giraffe and a tree the giraffe is benefiting because he is getting a meal but the tree is harmed or benefiting. ...
Asked in Biology, Animal Life, Ecosystems
What is the example of commensalism relationship?
Commensalism is where there are two organisms. One benefits from the other and the 2nd organism is unaffected. An example of commensalism is the clown fish and sea anemone. The clown fish gets protection from the sea anemone while the anemone gets no benefits or bad things out of it. ...
Asked in Animal Life
What is a example of commensalism between animals?
Commensalism being a type of symbiotic relationship between organisms, other types of symbiotic relationships include mutualism. ...