What is the symbiotic relationship of a water buffalo and a bird?
This symbolic relationship is mutalism. The water buffalo provides bugs for the bird to eat and the water buffalo receives a bug cleaning service from the bugs on its body.
A bird is a type of animal not a symbiotic relationship.
They have a 'symbiotic' relationship. The egret cleans the buffalo skin of flies and parasites, and the buffalo gives the egret 'protection' from any animal that would otherwise eat the bird !
symbiotic relationship of honey badger and honeyguide bird
The Giraffes have a symbiotic relationship with an oxpecker (A bird that eats fleas) The oxpecker eats off the fleas and the giraffes are clean (:
They are both brood parasites
i think it is a commensalism relation ship... the buffalo has a lot of bugs and flys and the bird eats them i guess... i have it for science homework right now... lol
the flicker bird makes its home in the cactus
any relationship shared between 2 organisms that is mutually beneficial for the both concerned is called a symbiotic relationship environment. Like a relationship between the Egret bird and the crocodile. The bird helps the animal with cleaning of his teeth and in return gets food.
The Nile crocodile and the bird share a mutualistic symbiotic relationship, in that they both receive "benefits" from their relationship. The crocodile allows the bird to sit in its mouth, eating the food between the crocodile's teeth. The bird benefits, because it is able to eat. The crocodile benefits, as its teeth are cleaned.
the rhino has a symbiotic relationship with the oxpecker bird, or also called a tick bird. they pick the ticks off of the rhino's back and eat them, the bird gets food and protection, while the rhino gets the tick off it's back
the bird cleans and grooms the elephant while the elephant provides the bird with food (bugs, etc)
The symbiotic relationship that they have is called commensalism. It is a type of relationship wherein one organism benefits from other with the latter not affected by it.
The rhino is able to get rid of any annoying ticks and pests on its back.The oxpecker has a steady food supply and also has protection from its predators. Would you want to mess with a rhino to get a bird off its back? The oxpecker also feeds on water buffalo and zebra, but a rhino is the most typical
The water buffalo and the bird. The buffalo needs the bird to clean it of parasites on the skin and the bird in turn gets fed.
It would mostly be commenulism if the bird only nest in it and the tree isn't really bothered or affected by the bird. But it can also be paratism when the bird eats the tree seeds.
A mutualistic relationship, that is, both species benefit. The bird gets food, and the crocodile gets its teeth cleaned. The Egyptian plover hops right into the open mouth of the Nile crocodile to remove parasites. After the job is done, whether the crocodile is hungry or not the bird always leaves unharmed. This symbiotic relationship is actually not proven to be factual at all.
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.
so far its refereed to as mutalism but it can also be parasitism because it might cut the skin
it is mutualism because the birds need the plant for food and the plants need the bird to help it grow
An example is an Crocodile and an Egyptian Plover, the bird (Egyptian Plover) cleans the crocodile's mouth, this is mutualism. They crocodile benefits it now has a clean mouth, and they bird benefits, it has eaten/.
There is mutualism, parasitic, predator-prey, and competitive relationships. Mutualism- a bird eats harmful insects off of a water buffalo, bird gets food, buffalo gets rid of insects and everyone is happy Parasitic- only one of the organisms are happy, the insect on the buffalo would be a parasite Predator-prey- this one is pretty straight forward, bird is predator, insect is prey Competition- if there were two different types of birds going for the same insect
The lover bird picks lice from a crocodile's skin. The two animals share a symbiotic relationship because the bird rids the crocodile of irritating bugs and gets its meals at the same time.
The relationship is called parasitism. The cowbirds raid the other bird's nest and lay their eggs there. The other bird has to migrate to another tree to build a new nest.
An ox pecker is a bird that specializes in sitting on another animal, and pecking at the ticks, fleas, etc on that animal. This is a good example of a symbiotic relationship.
mutualistic refers to a symbiotic relationship between two organisms in which both are benefited. For example the bird called the ox pecker and the zebra, the bird eats bugs off the zebra ridding the zebra of pests while giving the bird food
Killdeer Birds and Cape Buffalo the Killdeer Bird lies down on the buffalo and the buffalo protects the Bird. But the bird DOES NOT harm the buffalo.) Birds benefit, but Cape Buffalo is not affected.
Mutualism- *Humans and Plants (We breathe out carbon dioxide then the plants absorb it then release oxygen.... etc.) Humans and plants both benefit from this relationship Commensalism- *Killdeer Birds and Cape Buffalo (the Killdeer Bird lies down on the buffalo and the buffalo protects the Bird. But the bird DOES NOT harm the buffalo.) Birds benefit, but Cape Buffalo is not affected. Parasitism- *Ticks and Humans (The ticks suck the blood and is therefore benefited… Read More
Buffalo Bird Woman was born in 1839.
Buffalo Bird Woman died in 1932.
The Thick Knee eats leeches out of the crocodiles mouth region.. the crocodile gets the blood suckers out of its mouth and the bird gets a meal.
A caribou is a type of water buffalo used as an animal of labour on farms whereas a bird is a winged creature with feathers.
There are three different types of symbiotic relationships that can occur anywhere. They are parasitic, mutualistic, and commensal. Examples include the brown-headed cow bird that lays its eggs in another nest; the ox pecker that picks parasites off the African buffalo; and large nurse plants protecting young seedlings.
the oxpecker is a bird that rides on the buffalos back, and eats the flies and other insects off its back. its very nice of the little birdy. :)
Mutualism is a symbiotic relationship between two different species, in which both species benefit. An example would be a bird and a rhino. The bird is able to eat insects off of the rhino and is protected from predators, and the rhino gets cleaned of these insects.
Leafhoppers excrete a sugary sap that is collected by meat ants, which help to preserve or be a food source. Meat ants will protect leafhoppers so that they may collect the sap, forming a mutalistic relationship. http://webecoist.com/2009/03/01/symbiotic-bird-animal-relationships/
The honey guide bird can locate honey in a bees' nest but is unable to get to the honey for itself, so it guides the badger to the nest. The honey badger cannot find the nest easily by itself but, once shown the nest by the bird, the badger can open the nest with relative ease, using its huge claws. The badger eats the honey it wants and the bird feeds on the remains. This… Read More
The toothpick bird A classic example of symbiosis is the relationship between the fierce African crocodile and the small blackbird plover. It is truly a case of the mouse helping the lion, the relationship between the crocodile and the plover. As it happens, the tiny bird helps the crocodile by removing tiny morsels of food from in between the crocodile's teeth. And what does the bird do with the food thus picked? Eat them, of… Read More
The honey guide bird is an opportunist! It guides a badger to where it has spotted a bees' nest, but because it can't access the honey on its own, it uses the badgers ability to claw its way there, take what it wants, and the honey guide bird reaps the leftovers. This system of cooperation is also called mutualism.
Ive heard that a rhino and a African bird are symbiotic animals. So are sea anenomes and clown fish.
It's not symbiotic, it's parasitic. The cowbird lays it's eggs in the nest of other birds expecting them to hatch and feed it. In some cases when the host bird rejects the egg the cowbird has been known to return to the nest and ransack it in what scientists call Mafia behavior.
The relationship is called parasitism, because the tick bird could hurt the giraffe, but the tick brid gets helped and when one animal gets harmed and one animal gets helped it is called parasitism. (You can go to the website below to find out more about/qualites of symbiosis) http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/S/Symbiosis.html I hope that I helped you ~ Oliviabbie
The cone-shaped part of the strawberry flower becomes swollen and red after fertilization, attracting hungry birds. The seeds develop on the outside of this cone and are consumed with the fruit when a bird eats the strawberry.
The Plover actually hops right into the beast's mouth! The bird just eats leftover food and the Crocodile gets dental insurance. If the crocodiles hungry, lets hope the Plover has life insurance!
A Mutualistic relationship between organisms is a relationship by which both organisms benefit from the other. An example of this would be the hippopotamus and the Oxpecker (bird). The birds sit on the hippo's back, getting free food by eating parasites that bother the hippo, while the birds are protected by the hippopotamus. - Dabigb such relationship is called symbiosis. Symbiotic Symbiosis/mutualism. mutualism
1.a bee and flowers 2. a bird and a tree
I don't know if there is a thing called a "tick bird" or not, but the bird that rides on a rhino, and eats parasites off of it's hide, is a part of a symbiotic relationship for sure: The bird gets food. The rhino loses annoying parasites. Both animals are in symbiosis. (mutually benefiting) The bird eats the ticks off the rhino's back and warns the rhino of any danger (mutualism). The bird also eats… Read More
A good example of mutualism in the grassland biome is that of a bird eating ticks off a buffalo, where the bird will be fed, and the buffalo will be parasite free.