An example of commensalism in grasslands is a grasshopper living in a tree. Commensalism is a state in which two organisms have a relationship, but one party benefits while the other is neither helped or harmed, explains... More »

An example of a commensalism relationship in the savanna is the relationship between lions and hyenas: lions kill and consume certain animals, then hyenas feed on the remains, enjoying the benefits of free food without h... More »

Examples of commensalism in the ocean include sea anemones and clownfish, crabs and barnacles, as well as certain shrimp and gobies. Commensalism describes the relationship between two animals in which one benefits from ... More »

Symbiotic relationships on the tundra include nematode parasitism on caribou, bacterial mutualism with pitcher plants and nematode commensalism on black flies. Symbiosis is long-term dependence of one species on another ... More »

Some animals that live in the tropical wet-dry climate, also known as savannas or tropical grasslands, are elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs and hyenas. Some other animals that live in this type of climate include jac... More »

There are many different types of environments, also called habitats, in which organisms live, including forests, grasslands, coastal areas and marine environments. Large and small organisms live in diverse habitats arou... More »

The abiotic factors of temperate grasslands include low rainfall, moderate humidity, large temperature differences between winter and summer, seasonal fires and rich nutrients in the soil's upper layers. Temperate zones ... More »