Unit 11 Wildlife Management

wildlife
animals that are adapted to live in a natural environment without the help of humans
vertebrate
an animal with a backbone
predators
an animal that feeds on a smaller or weaker animal
prey
animal eaten by another animal
parasitism
one type of wildlife living and feeding on an other without killing it
warm-blooded animals
animal with the ability to regulate its body temperature
mutualism
two types of wildlife living together for the mutual benefit of both
predation
a way of life where one type of wildlife eats another type
commensalism
one type of wildlife living in, on, or with another without harming or helping eat
competition
two types of wildlife eating the same source of food
wetlands
a lowland area often associated with ponds or creeks that is saturated with freshwater