By: Mackenzie Riley

Plant Life, Animal Life, and Climate.

Plant Life

Animal Life


  1. Interspecific Competition: Once a larger gray squirrel nest in the same place as the red squirrel, the red squirrel ends up getting pushed off because the larger squirrel dominates and takes up more space.
  2. Mutualism: A redwood tree provides a place for the moss stay on or live on. While the moss provides protection for the tree.


  1. Lynx preys on a grouse by laying low to the ground.
  2. Ermine preys on rabbits and it is easy for them to attack because they have such sharp teeth.
  3. Fox preys on mice by sneaking up to its prey.
  4. Northern Lynx preys on small deer by hiding low.

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