Predator Prey Relationship?


A predator prey relationship is an interaction between two organisms of unlike species in which one of them acts as predator that captures and feeds on the other organism that serves as the prey. When the number of predators is scarce, the number of prey should rise and vice versa. In ecology, predation is a number of population control.
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Example: Lion = Predator. Gazelle = Prey. The predator seeks after the prey.
The predator-prey relationship is just like, "You're a food! I'll eat you, kind of a relationship. This is when the mountain lion (predator, the one who hunts) eats the deer
Predation is the interaction in which the predator attacks live
There are many different predatory relationships in the desert biome. It can be vultures and hawks. Collared Lizard is a very predatory animal as well. report this answer. Updated
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