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Transcript of PLATYPUS
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rafflesia flower No one knows exactly how many harpy eagles still exist. Biologists have located less than 50 nests. The biggest threat facing the bird is deforestation. We are trying to improve the population by breeding the harpy eagles in their natural habitat. The harpy eagle symbiosis The relationship between the capuchin monkeys and flowering trees is an example of mutualism. When the capuchin monkey feeds on nectar it gets pollen on its face - which it eventually transfers to other flowers in the process of feeding on them. In this way, the trees provide the capuchin species with food, while the capuchin monkey pollenates flowers of this tree. a relationship between army ants and ant birds is an example of commensalism. the ants eat food and the antbirds follow and eat the leftovers of the ants. in this way the birds are benefited by the ants but the ants are unaffected. competition cooperation there is competition between all trees in the rainforest for light and nutrients. the platypus is a solitary animal, but will share small bodies of water. the platypus is the only mammal to lay eggs Why the platypus is unique The platypus has the characteristics of three animals. 1)the webbed feet of an otter 2) the bill of a duck 3) the tail of a beaver A male platypus has a venomous spike on the back of its foot, being one of few mammals to be venomous rainforest food web vines insects larvae fruit flowers possums frog platypus crocodile snakes