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Two species have a relationship with one another in an ecosystem. Suppose one of these two species goes extinct. Which type of relationship did the two have if the surviving species population increases after the other goes extinct?
The extinct species was a parasite in a parasitic relationship with the surviving species.
The extinct species relied on the surviving species in a commensal relationship.
The two species had a mutualistic relationship.
· The surviving species preyed on the extinct species.

my answer is B

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    If the extinct species was sucking the blood of the surviving species, the surviving species will be happier without the blood sucking parasite.

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