A red-billed oxpecker and an eland, Mashatu Game Reserve, Botswana. The relationship that these charismatic birds have with their hosts is one of the best examples of symbiosis in the wild. Oxpeckers feed on parasites such as ticks that are attached to the bodies of antelope, zebra, warthogs etc. and in so doing they aid in reducing disease and irritation.
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