What Is the Definition of Habitat?


A habitat is an environment that is occupied by a particular species of plant, animal or any other kind of organism. Habitat can also refer to a science fiction film released in 1997, which was intended for the direct-to video market.
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A natural habitat includes the environment most suitable to an organism. For example, a tapeworm's natural habitat is the digestive system of a host animal or human. The dolphin's
home to a specific species
Habitat fragmentation is a process of environmental change
A habitat is. Where something lives. whether it be just a single cell organism or a modern animal such as a lion.
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the natural environment of an organism; place that is natural for the life and growth of an organism: a tropical habitat.
the place where a person or thing is usually found: Paris is a major habitat of artists.
a special environment for living in over an extended period, as an underwater research vessel.
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A habitat is an environment or place where a group of organisms live together. It is a home, neighborhood and safe haven for that group of organisms.
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