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When a fish eats a shark’s leftovers, it is an example of _____. A. Competition B. Parasitism C. Commensalism D. Predation
When a fish eats a shark's leftovers, it is an example of: COMMENSALISM.
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When a fish eats a shark's leftovers, it is an example of: COMMENSALISM.
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