Buffalo and Bison
What is the symbiotic relationship of a water buffalo and a bird?
Asked in Bees and Beekeeping
Explain the symbiotic relationship between the honey guide bird and a honey badger?
Asked in Herons and Egrets
Why do you think the egret is sitting on the buffalo?
Asked in Birds, Gorillas, Ecosystems
What is the symbiotic relationship between a cuckoo bird and a cow bird?
Asked in Relationships
What is the symbiotic relationship between the flicker bird and the cactus?
Asked in Buffalo and Bison
Symbiosis - relationship of a bird and a water buffalo?
Asked in Relationships
What are the symbiotic relationship envirolment?
Asked in Alligators and Crocodiles
Symbiotic relationship between the nile crocodile and the crocodile bird?
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.
Asked in Ecosystems
What is the rhino paired with in a symbiotic relationship?
What symbiotic relationship does the egret insect eating bird graze near some herbivores mouth?
Asked in Rhinoceroses
What type of symbiotic relationship opecker rhinoceros?
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
Asked in Birds
What symbiotic relationship is a hippo and a bird involved in?
What is the symbiotic relationship between a honey guide bird and a badger?
Asked in Reptiles, Alligators and Crocodiles
What symbiotic relationship is the nile crocodile and Egyptian plover?
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.