In Coyne’s harrowing tale of the Asian giant hornet he describes a specific prey adaptation of the Japanese bee in order to combat the hornet upon an invasion of their hive (112). He also gives one other example of a predator/parasite-prey evolutionary relationship with the example of a roundworm infecting an ant in Central America but this point for evolution is rather scarcely covered with examples. What other examples are there of complex and specific predator (or parasite) to prey relationships where the predator is well adapted to hunt its prey and the prey has evolved specific defenses as a reaction to these recurrent attacks? Also is it not also true that, in time, predators would begin to adapt to the strategies used by their prey to fight them off? Provide another example for this case where the predator is adapting alongside its prey.