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So, habitat’s an area or natural environment where plants, animals, humans, or other organisms live. It’s where they can find food, water, shelter, and even a mate. There are so many living things on this planet, and that means there are so many habitats in which they might live. Some of these habitats could be really big like for example deserts, mountains, rivers, coral reefs or rainforests. Some of them, though, could be really small like for example in a log or under a rock or even like in the grasses behind me. A polar bear lives in the Arctic habitat where it’s cold and icy, and that’s where it finds its food. But a flea, for example, might live on the back of a dog, and that’s where it finds it food, water, shelter, and even sometimes a mate. There are many things that can change or alter a habitat. Some of these might include pollutions, floods, burning, removal of trees or even clearing space for humans.

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  • Which of these is not an example of a habitat?

    1) Australia
    2) A desert
    3) A coral reef
    4) A rain forest
  • An example of a habitat tht might be found in a city coud be ?

    1) A back garden
    2) An icerink
    3) A swimming pool
    4) A bath
  • Which of these animals could be found in a woodland habitat?

    1) Mushrooms/Fungii
    2) Crocodiles
    3) Lions
    4) Cacti
  • What habiats can bacteria live in?

    1) All of these
    2) In the stomach
    3) In the soil
    4) On the skin
  • Which of these could be found in a mangrove habitat?

    1) Fish
    2) Mice
    3) Elephants
    4) Gorillas
  • What habitat can a flea live in/on?

    1) On a dog
    2) On a ship
    3) In a log
    4) Under the floorboards
  • What is an important thing found in a habitat?

    1) Water
    2) Paper
    3) Lampshade
    4) Electricity
  • What habitat can a frog be found in?

    1) A pond
    2) The desert
    3) The Arctic
    4) A coral reef
  • Grass is an example of a habitat

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Can pollution alter a habitat?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Could a puddle of water be an examples of a habitat?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Can amount of rainfall affect a habitat?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Can different habitats be found in cities?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • There are only a small number of habiats found on the planet?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Does an animal always remain in just one habitat?

    1) No
    2) Yes

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