Some of the known types of parasitic relationships, or parasitism, include isopods who attach themselves to fish while feeding on their bodies. Isopods are basically fish lice that the fish are unable to get rid of. More »

One common example of a parasite in the marine biome, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, is the larval round worm. The marine biome contains a huge range of parasites, which are living organisms... More »

The relationship between the catalpa hornworm, a caterpillar, and Cotesia congregata, a wasp, is an example of parasitism in the deciduous forest. The wasp lays its eggs inside the caterpillar, and the larvae feed off of... More »

Three types of symbiotic relationships are mutualism, commensalism and parasitism. In symbiosis, at least one member of the pair benefits from the relationship, while the host may also benefit, may be unaffected or may b... More »

Animals make sounds with their bodies and with objects, such as when a coyote howls, when a bird chirps, when a cat purrs, or when an alligator roars and smacks the water with its head. Animals make sounds for the same r... More »

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Bioluminecent fish are a collection of eye-catching creatures found in the darkest zone of the ocean that create light with chemicals produced within their bodies. These glowing fish create this light to either display a... More »

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Some examples of parasitism include protozoans, such as amoebas, living in humans and other vertebrate species and parasitic worms that live in and cause disease in humans and animals. Parasitism is the relationship betw... More »

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