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The cuckoo is a brood parasite, which means it lays its eggs in the nests of other birds, thus forcing the unwitting "foster parents" to hatch and raise the cuckoo's. Presentation on theme: "Symbiotic Relationships"— Presentation transcript: RED CHESTED CUCKOO BIRDS find an unattended robin nest and push out the . Red-chested cuckoo birds find an unattended robin nest, push out the robin eggs , lay their FUNGI form lichens by living in a close relationship with an algae.
Some mycorrhizal fungi also secrete antibiotics which may help protect their host from invasion by parasitic fungi and bacteria. Remora use suckers to attach temporarily to large marine animals such as sharks, manta rays, whales, turtles, or large fish. The shark provides free transportation, protection, and dropped food and feces which the remora feeds on. The host is not injured. Fungi form lichens by living in a close relationship with an algae.
The fungus provides a protective home for the algae, and gathers mineral nutrients from rainwater and from dissolving the rock underneath. The algae gathers energy from the sun using photosynthesis. Both organisms share their nutrients with each other.
Honeyguide birds find a bee hive, then chatter loudly to attract the Honey badger. They fly toward the hive making sure the badger is following.
Upon arrival at the bee hive, the badger tears open the hive and feasts on the honey. Then the Honeyguide bird feeds on the remaining wax and larvae.
Skunk Cabbage plants attract flies in cool weather by making heat and provide food to the flies that come. Flies move from one Skunk Cabbage plant to the next feeding and transferring pollen as they go.
Kudzu vines grow by climbing, and wrapping around trees.
Kundzu covered trees die as they are smothered and break under the weight of the growing Kudzu vines. Hermit crabs find shells left by snails that have died and move in. Snails die and leave behind their shells. Gall Insects lays their eggs in the leaves or branches of Oak trees causing a lump to form. Taxonomy[ edit ] The species' binomial name is derived from the Latin cuculus the cuckoo and canorus melodious; from canere, meaning to sing.
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Cuculus is "cuckoo" and canorus, "melodious ". It winters in Africa and South Asia. During the winter it is found in AssamEast Bengal and southeastern Asia. It migrates to southern Asia and Africa for the winter.
Lifespan and demography[ edit ] Although the common cuckoo's global population appears to be declining, it is classified of being of Least Concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. It is estimated that the species numbers between 25 million and million individuals worldwide, with around During the breeding season, common cuckoos often settle on an open perch with drooped wings and raised tail. All adult males are slate-grey; the grey throat extends well down the bird's breast with a sharp demarcation to the barred underparts.
The black upperpart bars are narrower than the rufous bars, as opposed to rufous juvenile birds, where the black bars are broader.