What is the relationship between lion and deer?
the relationship between lions and deer is that lions eat deer, and deer do not eat lions!
There is a predator-prey relationship between the mountain lion and the deer. The lion is the predator and the deer is the prey.
Producer (grass) and First Level Consumer(deer).
It is parasitism.
The Tick feeds off of the deers blood. The deer is not killed so the relationship is parasitism.
No. The lion is a natural predator of the deer.
They have a predator/prey relationship
The plant is a producer and the deer is a consumer.
Parasitism= the ticks sucks blood from the deer, while the deer is being harmed.
Deer are prey and wolves are predators, I guess you could say the deer keeps the wolf alive
this is the wores
thats there business
Symbiosis is not happening between the two. However their is a relationship, Lion is the predator and the zebra is the prey. Lions eat Zebras
Zebras and lions have a prey-predator relationship.
No. Because grasshoppers live a different way then a deer.
The lion is predator and the zebra is prey.
Yes, a lion would eat a deer.
parasitism, the lion gets benefited and the zebra, harmed.
The deer eat the grass. The grass gets no benefit from the deer. This is called commensalism.
they are the same family
In a diagram that shows a lion and a deer, the lion is the predator and the deer is the prey.
Five examples of a predator and prey relationship are A cat and a fish ,A fish to a worm ,A lion to a deer ,A dog to a cat ,and a shark to a fish .
a tic feeds on the blood of a deer, under its fur, and camps out on their skin until they are full.
predator-prey that is your answer!
A lion can kill a hyena, but a pack of hyenas can kill a lion. Both are predators.
It depicts the flow of energy from one organism to another. eg.. when a deer eats grass , energy flows from grass to deer. subsequently when a lion eats the deer, the energy then flows from the deer to the lion. hence the arrow mark should be from grass to deer to lion.
the relationship between deer and native Americans back then was not good because the native Americans captured and killed the deer for many different things the deer hide from them so the relation ship isn't the greatest.
Find out what each animal eats as well as which animal is a prey item and which is a predator and you should be able to draw or create a food chain relation between the Shrub Deer and a Mountain Lion.
There is only one species of mountain lion, and deer are their top prey, although they often take other species as well. In fact, one of the local names for the mountain lion is "deer tiger".
A deer can out run a horse because the deer can out run a lion but a horse can not.
The relationship of a tick to a deer is parasitic, not symbiotic.
None. Lions don't eat deer, though they are more than capable of killing them, and deer don't kill lions. Deer choose to run or get the heck out of there over killing a lion, no matter how large the herd of deer is!!
No. Lions kill deer, not the other way around.
Autotrophs supply food for the heterotrophs.
The symbiosis relationship of a deer and a tick is parasitism. The deer is the harmed host and the tick is harming the host.
If you mean the extict American lion, then the answer is that it ate bison, bears, and deer. The cougar, or mountain lion, which lives in america, now preys on coyotes, deer, an small mammals.
Cat-and-mouse is a commonly recognized predator-prey relationship. Mountain lion and deer is another. Hawk and dove is another.
red deer male with red deer male for a female red deer....... (period of rut) Lion - Lion because they have sufficent food source and to increase there crew....
What do you mean relationship? One eats, the other dies. Simple (except in Madagascar (the movie)).
zebra and deer
A lion eating a horse is not a symbiotic relationship.
Secondary consumers(coyote) eat prrimary consumers(deer).
lion and deer
lion zebra deer
yes, a puma is also called a deer tiger, panther, and moutain lion
No, the raccoon does not have a symbiotic relationship.
the deer is the host and the tick is the partasim the tick gets blood and the deer gives it to them
There are different forms of the predator-prey relationships in Fiji islands. The mountain lion and deer is the most common type of predator-prey relationship.