Examples of Parasitism in the Savanna?

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When an organism benefits at the expense of another organism is parasitism. An example of parasitism in the Savanna is a tick taking blood from a hyena. Another example is an African termite eating trees.
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. Parasitism is when a parasite takes advantage of its host. example - A tick takes the blood from a elephant.
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Ticks/fleas on animals. (they benefit by getting nourishment from blood, the animal is harmed)
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A savanna, or savannah, is a grassland ecosystem characterized by the trees
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Plasmodium falciparum - protozoan that causes malaria.
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