What Is Coevolution?
Coevolution is the process of two species putting selective pressures on one another. The reciprocal selective pressures allow both species to evolve, while not allowing one to get ahead of the other . Coevolution is most likely to occur between species with a persistent relationship that are in close ecological interaction with each other. There are three types of symbiotic relationships that are formed through coevolution. These relationships include: predator/prey, parasite/host, and mutualistic .