Kendall Helms and Morgan Hoover
Science News Article
This article explains that humans are affecting the mutualistic relationships between animals and that we need to understand that we are messing with a fragile thing. Mutualistic relationships are fragile because if you disrupt it or corrupt it, you will lose both organisms that work better together rather than just one organism. Previously, scientists never payed much attention to mutualistic relationships and disregarded them as being important. Now scientists are starting to realize that we all need to pay more attention to mutualism and the relationships that come from it or else we will lose many organisms from the error in our ways.