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Francine Galko (Author). Series: Animals in Their Habitats. Publisher: Heinemann (October 10, 2002). ISBN-13: 978-1403404411. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.
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But obviously, it would be animals adapted to wet, muddy conditions: frogs and toads, some species . Also in Africa, numerous species of weaver birds build their intricately woven nests in the tall reeds found in wetlands, or in the branches of wetland trees: 171 views · View 1 Upvoter.
But obviously, it would be animals adapted to wet, muddy conditions: frogs and toads, some species of herons and egrets, storks, otters etc. Where there are stretches of open water . Related QuestionsMore Answers Below. What do wetlands do for plants and animals? What do animals eat in wetlands? What are some animals in wetlands that are herbivores? What are Ramsar wetlands? What are wetlands? Deanna Crownover, Licensed Professional Dog Trainer (1996-present).
Animals living in extreme cold habitats may migrate to warmer regions during the winter, coming back to their original . Animal species living in this type of habitat requires special adaptive features to cope with the water flowing continuously in the same direction.
Animals living in extreme cold habitats may migrate to warmer regions during the winter, coming back to their original habitats again during the warm seasons. This article discusses about the different types of habitats and the animals living in them. Water bodies like rivers, streams and springs are home to a wide range of animals, birds and fishes such as river otter, dolphins, river turtle, American crocodile, whooper swan, black-throated divers, mallards and red-bellied piranha.
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Answer: Animals need shelter, water, food, and space in their habitats. NOTE: You may wish to discuss the word thrive. Divide students into small groups. Give each group a printed copy of one of the animal photographs. After they have found out where their animals live or lived, give them time to create habitat drawings. 3. Discuss ecosystems. Say: An ecosystem is a geographic area where plants, animals, and other organisms work together with weather and landscape to form a bubble or community of life.
An animal habitat is where they live. Animals can be classified by their habitat. Some may live on land or in the water. Animals live in a particular habitat because they have evolved to survive in the conditions of that habitat. Asked in Care of Horses, Horses. If the animal has physical and behavioral adaptations to survive there, then they are more likely to reproduce and more animals of their kind will thrive in that habitat. For example, a dolphin has adaptations to survive in an ocean habitat. They have a blowhole, fins, etc. Those adaptations wouldn't help a dolphin in the desert habitat, though.