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Army ants down on the forest floor notorious for their tendency to take on anything that comes in their path while they walk the forest floor. The birds will follow these armies, and wait. When the ants walk on the floor other insects will fly up. The birds will then eat the insects that flew up. The ants are left unaffected by this making it a commensalistic

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