No. It would be mutualism.

Usually, cattle egrets follow herds of large hoofed mammals (ungulates, such as cattle, buffalo, etc...). They eat the insects that have been stirred up by the buffalo as they move. This relationship is commensalism because the birds benefit but the ungulate is neither harmed nor helped.

However, if a cattle egret eats ticks off the hide of the cape buffalo or any... more

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