Habitats and the Environment

The book Habitats and the Environment explains the environmental factors that characterize habitats. These factors include latitude, elevation, climate, land features, water features, plant life, and animal life. Three habitats are used as examples-savanna, forest, and tundra-to demonstrate how a blend of these environmental factors affects the natural environment and the ecosystem in a region. The book also addresses interdependence among plant and animal species within a habitat, as well as adaptations that make organisms well suited to live in their habitat. Finally, the book discusses ways habitats can change, whether by natural forces or through the actions of animals and man.

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