In the natural world it can be hard to survive alone. From Nepal to Africa, explore some of the surprising relationships forged between plants and animals.
- Mutualism is when animals and plants work together in the wild.
- It ensures successful reproduction and survival.
- It occurs throughout the natural world and is mutually beneficial.
- For example, the acacia tree employs ants as bodyguards.
In the natural world it is often hard to survive alone, so one species often relies on another in order to thrive. This is known as mutualism.
Mutualism is a relationship between different species, where both parties benefit.
For example, the honeysuckle requires help with pollination.
By emitting a special scent, …
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