- Number 10 Snapper and Tongue Biter - tongue biter replaces the tongue of the snapper it destroys; One-sided relationship
- Number 9 Mussel and Bitterling - The female lays eggs in the Mussel to keep them safe. After a few weeks they leave to start life on their own.
- Number 8 Hermit Crab and Sea Anemone - The Hermit Crab encourages the sea anemone to live on it's shell. The more anemones a Hermit Crab has, the changes that it survives and attack.
- Number 7 Giraffe and Oxpecker - The Oxpecker eats the insects that irritate the giraffe.; The oxpecker gets food and the giraffe gets groomed
- Number 6 Pistol Shrimp and Goby - the shrimp looks after the house while the goby looks out for predators; Rely on each other for survival
- Number 5 Honeyguide and Honey Badger - uses it claws to get to the honey and distract the bees so that the honeyguide can get the honey after this badger gets its share
- Number 4 Coyote and Badger - combine their speed and digging ability to catch prairie dogs
- Number 3 Tarantula and Frog - frog keeps the nest free of insects that might want to eat the tarantula's eggs, and the tarantula lets the frog stay inside its nice room
- Number 2 Tree Ant and Caterpillar - caterpillar bribes its worse enemy to make a successful partnership for both parties
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