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Symbiotic Relationship of a squirel and a oak tree

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Cara Mckinstry

on 23 October 2013

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Transcript of Symbiotic Relationship of a squirel and a oak tree

Symbiotic Relationship of a squirrel and a oak tree
How do they work together?
The squirrel uses the oak tree for protection from predators and shelter. They also use the trees as a food source by eating the nuts and sometimes the bark off the tree. The squirrel benifits without harming the tree. http://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?videoId=9hqiqwo9Eio&name=A+tree+too+far+%28for+a+squirrel%29&uploadUsername=betacygni&hitCount=1156
Squirrels can be found all over the world, oak trees are found mostly in the northern hemisphere and some parts of Asia.
Where they are found:
Squirrels and Oak trees share a commensalism relationship, the squirrel benifits from the oak trees shelter and food, but the oak tree is not affected by this.
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