In the top of the tallest trees in the rainforest

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in the top of the tallest trees in the rainforest . especially likely to form various symbiotic relationships. For example, the leaf cutter ant has symbiotic relationships with fungi that they grow as food. The leaf cutter ants cut small pieces off leaves in the jungle and take them underground into their tunnels. They create small the bromeliad is unaffected. snakes, berries hunted by birds, and critters hounded by jaguars.
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chambers where they store the leaf cuttings. Fungus grows on the leaves and the ants use bits of the fungus to feed their young. Through the symbiotic relationship, both the fungus and the young ants get fed. Deciduous Forest One example of commensalism is the relationship between the a squirrel and a tree, because the tree is not harmed and the squirrel gets protection from predrators and shelter. A unique predator prey relationship in the the Temperate Deciduous Forest is between the raccoons and the the small mammals. The raccoons will eat almost anything, so it is a predator to almost all the small mammals in
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the forest , which include mouse, rabbits, birds if they catch them. Desert Freshwater Grassland Write 6 LEVEL 2 Questions about the different biomes. Sometimes your questions may mention more than one biome. USE THESE WORDS TO DEVELOP LEVEL 2 QUESTIONS: COMPARE, SORT, INFER, CONTRAST, DISTINGUISH, ANALYZE, CLASSIFY, EXPLAIN
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