Parasitism and mutualism

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Clues

  • Example of a parasite that feeds off other animals by sucking their blood after piercing skin. (4)
  • Example of a parasite, a plant. (9)
  • examples of a mutualiste relationship, bird and animal. (8, 3, 9)
  • When something feeds off its host while they are living together. (10)
  • When two organisms live together, benefiting them both. (9)

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