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Honey Badger and honey guide bird environmental science

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Kelly O'Grady

on 2 May 2013

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Transcript of Honey Badger and honey guide bird environmental science

If the honey guide bird wasn't there.... Honey Guide Bird and the Honey badger The steps through the mutual relationship The honey guide bird locates the honey
The bird cannot get to it
So he guides the badger to the honey
The badger opens the nest with his claws and eats what it needs too
And the rest goes to the bird for finding the honey What would happen if one of the animals wasn't there? Honey Badger and Honey guide bird:
Mutual Symbiotic Relationship Location Habitat Rotate axis and drag frames
to change balance Dry grasslands
Woodlands and forests
near deserts
lowlands by mountainous areas How the Relationship works The Bird:
Dull colored feathers
Type of woodpecker
The Badger:
Silver grey black
only 15-30 lbs
8-12 inches long
The honey badger wouldn't be able to survive because the need the honey to survive when they aren't able to hunt yet. If the honey badger wasn't there.... The bird wouldn't be able to get to the honey that it has found. This is also one of its main sources of nutrition. This would affect the birds survival negatively. What's the relationship they have? Mutual symbiotic relationship: This means that both partners within the relationship are benefiting from what thy are doing and it is a balanced relationship. Thanks for listening!
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