Commensalism

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The above image is an example of commensalism because the spider is benefitting by building a web between the giselle's horns while the giselle is not being harmed or benefitted.

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This picture shows cooperation between the frog & the mouse , the frog have the ability to swim , but the rat doesnt. This picture also shows commensalism , because the rat gets food as the frog is not affected neither positive of negative

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The commensal relation is often between a larger host and a smaller commensal; the host organism is unmodified, whereas the commensal species may show great structural adaptation consonant with its habits, as in the remoras that ride attached to sharks and other fishes. Both remoras and pilot fishes feed on the leftovers of their hosts’ meals.

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In the photograph shown, you are able to see a whale and a remora shark on top of it. This is a very good example of commensalism. The remora shark sticks to the whale and eats its leftover food while the whale does not mind, the shark is gaining some food.

This picture shows commensalism because the white colored bird is trying to get rid of the insects by eating them from the animal as it is not being harmed or benefited. Image Shows, Picture Show, Cow, Birds, Horses, Relationship, Pictures, Animals, Benefit

This above image shows the symbiotic relationship commensalism, the bird gets food from the back of the cow but the cow is not affected

The above image is an example of commensalism because the remora has a sucker and it attaches its self to the shark and eats the scraps and leftovers from the sharks meal. Meanwhile, the shark doesn't care. Aquarium Fish, Smart Program, Animals, Image, Sharks, Robot, Relationships, Meal, Google Search

The above image is an example of commensalism because the remora has a sucker and it attaches its self to the shark and eats the scraps and leftovers from the sharks meal. Meanwhile, the shark doesn't care.

Two Coleman's commensal shrimps hide amongst a fire urchin's poisonous barbs. Creatures, Ap Biology, Oceans, Illusion, Camouflage, Shrimp, Fire, Image, Gallery

Two coleman commensal shrimp are shown in the image

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A very clear and self-explanatory example of commensalism is shown in the image above.