what is mutaualism? how has it affected the existence of clown fish and sea anemone?

I think mutualism is where two species live in an ecosystem where they interact with each other and one gains something from the other like a bug cleaning a animal and in return the bug is gaining food.

Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key word "mutualism" to get these possible sources:

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In the future, you can get the information more quickly by doing your own searches.

I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

i need an example of mutualism

Mutualism is a relationship between two animals were nither is harmed and they both benifit, for example a cirten type of bird will clean all the extra meat out of a crocidales moth and in exchange the bird gets a meal.

A classic example of mutualism is the relationship between clownfish and sea anemone. Clownfish live within the tentacles of sea anemones, where they find protection from predators. The anemone provides shelter for the clownfish by providing them a safe place to hide. In return, the clownfish drive away polyp-eating species, and also bring food to the anemone.

Now, let me show you how to find this information on Google. You can search for "mutualism examples" or "clownfish and sea anemone mutualism" to find credible sources that explain this specific example of mutualism.