parasites and mutualists

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Parssitism
A feeding relationship where one organism takes food from it while it is alive
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Parasite
Organism that lives on or in a host organism and takes food from ot while it is alive
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Host
Organism that provides food for a parasite
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Mutualism
A relationship between organisms where both benefit
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Parasties
Some parasites, like fleas, live on the outside of the host; others, like tapeworms, live inside the host's body other examples incluse headlice and misltetoe
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Mutualists
In africa, oxpeckers feed on parasitic insects that live on the skin of large herbivores. Both animals benefit from this. Another example is a cleaner fish
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