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Habitats

 

The particular environment that a plant or animal lives in is called a habitat.

The world needs a variety of habitats to ensure all living things have somewhere to live. Some examples of habitats are:

– Deserts

– Rainforest

– Coral reefs

 

   

 

Some habitats are much closer to home though, for example:

– Woodland

– Garden ponds

 

 

Many habitats are in danger because of human activity such as:

– Cutting down trees

– Building homes and roads on grassland

– Polluting rivers and lakes with chemicals

 

 

 

Watch the video below to see how important a habitat is for a creature….

 

 

Please use the ‘Developing Experts’ website to complete the lesson ‘understanding habitats’ and then complete the activity below.We would like you to create your own imaginary creature which is perfectly adapted for a habitat.

 

 

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