Aquatic and Land Animal Diversity

Animals in General

Do animals ever help each other?

Populations of organisms within an environment may engage in a variety of relationships with each other. For example, in a relationship known as mutualism, each species provides a benefit to the other; for instance, it can occur between two animal species like large coral reef fish and smaller species like the wrasses that swim into their mouths and eat the parasites that may have taken up residence there.


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