What is mutualism in the rainforest?



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    Mutualism is where two species interact to the benefit of both species involved. An example of mutualism in rainforest is the capuchin monkey eating nectar from flowers and in turn getting pollen on their face, which then pollinates the flowers. This helps both the monkey and flower species survive.

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