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8. You saw frogs in your backyard eating mosquitoes near an area with stagnant water. Is there any interaction that exists between the frogs and the mosquitoes? Why? A Yes, its predation. Frogs as predator and mosquitoes as prey. B. Yes, its commensalism. Frogs as the host and mosquitoes as commensal C. Yes, its cooperation. The mosquitoes cooperate to the frogs by going near the frogs. D. Yes, its competition. The mosquitoes and frogs compete with each other for space, air and foods

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    You saw frogs in your backyard eating mosquitoes near an area with stagnant water. Is there any interaction that exists between the frogs and the mosquitoes? Why?

    A. Yes, its predation. Frogs as predator and mosquitoes as prey.

    B. Yes, its commensalism. Frogs as the host and mosquitoes as commensal

    C. Yes, its cooperation. The mosquitoes cooperate to the frogs by going near the frogs. D. Yes, its competition. The mosquitoes and frogs compete with each other for space, air and foods

  • Réponse publiée par: cleik

    answer: the star-nosed mole's

    explanation: the most sensitive patch of mammalian skin known to us isn't human but on the star-shaped tip of the star-nosed mole's snout. researchers studying this organ have found that the star has a higher proportion of touch-sensitive nerve endings than pain receptors, according to a new study.

  • Réponse publiée par: nelspas422

    answer:

    explanation:

    c. gas

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