An Animal That Lives in Another Plant or Animal and Eats That Plant or Animals without Killing It?

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An animal that lives inside another plant or animal without killing it is called a parasite. If both mutual benefit from the relationship, it is a symbiont. If it kills the animal it is a predator.
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