What is not a habitat?
Answer: zoo is not the natural habitat.
Where can a habitat be?
A habitat is the natural environment where an animal, plant or other organism lives. Factors like climate, geography, availability of water, and interactions with other plants and animals determine the number and types of organisms living in a habitat. A habitat can be as large as a continent or as small as a cell.
What are the two types of habitats?
Two main types of habitat are water and land. Some animals are more comfortable when they are wet, and others when they are dry! What do you prefer? See if you can decide which of the habitats below are water habitats, and which are land habitats.