Habitats

From: Pieter Folkens (animalbytes@earthlink.net)
Date: Fri Nov 07 2003 - 03:05:46 EST

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    > I have an test on habitats do you have any tips?                   
    > tara

    Habitats can be grossly different: ocean and terrestrial; or polar,
    temperate, subtropical, equitorial/tropical.
    They can be substantially different: valley, mountain, coastal.
    They can be significantly different: riparian, sub-alpine, alpine,
    tundra, etc; or in an ocean sense: beach, near coastal, shelf, slope,
    deep canyon, pelagic.
    They can be minutely different (micro-habitats).

    To each habitat there are a multiplicity of life adapted to survive in
    the special habitiats.

    I hope this helps.

    Pieter Folkens



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