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Which is an example of a competitive relationship? A. lions and elephants needing a watering hole B. ticks feeding off the blood of a moose who is then harmed C. husky dogs and humans traveling through Arctic climates D. silverfish protected by army ants as they walk with them in the jungle

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    Interspecific competition may occur when individuals of two separate species share a limiting resource in the same area. If the resource cannot support both populations, then lowered fecundity, growth, or survival may result in at least one species.

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