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5 of the Coolest Animal Partnerships (Symbiotic Species)
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Symbiotic Partnerships: 5 of the Most Interesting Pairs The world’s a rough place, and sometimes you just need a friend to help you out. Today we’ll be taking a look at five symbiotic pairs of species that have decided they’re stronger together then they are apart. This is a story of symbiosis. Be sure to check out the video to see symbiosis in action and learn all about these symbiotic relationships and what they do to survive. Contents show they show up on the timeline: 0:00-0:21: Intro 0:21-1:07: Sea Anemones & Hermit Crabs 1:07-1:54: Goby Fish & Snapping Shrimp 1:54-2:37: African Oxpeckers & Large Mammals 2:37-3:29: Ants & Fungi 3:29-4:14: Cells & Mitochondria 4:14-4:38: Outro If you like this video, be sure to check out our playlist of best videos here: Subscribe to stay up to date on the latest stories from the scientific world! License Creative Commons Attribution license
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