Remoras are small fish that attach themselves to the sides of sharks. They get protection and scraps of food from the sharks. The sharks are neither benefited nor harmed by the remora.
Which term describes the relationship between the shark and the remora?
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i think C
I agree with you @slade
@BPDlkeme234 what about u
cant b A. coz question says they neither benefit or are harmed.
cant b D. parasitism, becuase then one would have to benefit at expense of other
that leaves B or C.
I think its B, becuase the fish clean off the shark, but he also provides protection to them.
@Shirley27 do u have an expanation like @BPDlkeme234 does
The answer is C, I just looked it up
ok thank u
Competition is between organisms fighting for the same food or shelter, in this case is not.
Mutualism is when both organisms benefit and in the question it states that the shark doesn't benefit
Commensalism is when one benefits while the other is unaffected
Parasitism is when one benefits while the other is harmed.
check out "sharks" here: http://examples.yourdictionary.com/commensalism-examples.html