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Bozeman Daily Chronicle: May 27, 2020
US News & World Report May 31, 2020
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Mutualism has been documented throughout the natural world. In Africa, honey badgers and honey creepers work together to dislodge beehives, filled with honeycombs. In the ocean, clownfish and anemones live together for protection from enemies. In Yellowstone, badgers and coyotes work together to increase their chances of catching ground squirrels, their favorite prey.
Video Credit: Peninsula Open Space Trust