Why can’t we be friends?-Community Interactions

Unit 1: Unit 1- Organization and Relationships
Lesson 21 of 23

Objective: Objective: Students will know that there are many types of ecological relationships between organisms within and across populations in an ecosystem.

Big Idea: It’s not likely that Simba and Timon were ever friends.

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Science, predator, parasite, competition (Ecology), Commensalism, relationship, symbiosis, ecology, coevolution
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