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Commensalism refers to the interaction in which one species benefits and the other is neither harmed nor benefited and the interacting species live closely together.

The interaction between epiphyte on a mango branch and mango tree, interaction between the cattle egret and grazing cattle and interaction between sea anemone and the clown fish are some of the example of commensalism.

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