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Land Habitats Woodland Forest Arctic Arctic Desert Rainforest What is a habitat? A habitat is a place where plants and animals live. A habitat can be in water or on land; and can be very large or very small. A habitat provides food and shelter for all living things that live there. Deserts are very dry places they get little or no rain. Deserts can be very hot in the day and very cold at night. The ground of a desert is often rocky or sandy. Plants such as cactuses and animals such as snakes live here. The Arctic is a very cold, windy, and usually very snowy place that is close to the North Pole! Many animals, such as polar bears, that live in the Arctic have thick fur and a lot of body fat to keep them warm. Rainforests are very thick, warm, and wet forests. Tropical rainforests receive a lot of rain every year. Animals such as red-eyed tree frogs, spider monkeys and humming birds live here. A woodland forest is land covered with trees and shrubs. Animals such as bears, deer and rabbits live here. © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 94-4203 www.newpathlearning.com
What is a habitat? A is a place where plants and animals live. A habitat can be in water or on land; and can be very large or very small. A habitat provides and for all living things that live there. are very dry places they get little or no rain. Deserts can be very hot in the day and very cold at night. The ground of a desert is often rocky or sandy. Plants such as cactuses and animals such as snakes live here. is a very cold, windy, and usually very snowy place that is close to the North Pole! Many animals, such as polar bears, that live in the Arctic have thick fur and a lot of body fat to keep them warm. are very thick, warm, and wet forests. Tropical rainforests receive a lot of rain every year. Animals such as red-eyed tree frogs, spider monkeys and humming birds live here. A forest is land covered with trees and shrubs. Animals such as bears, deer and rabbits live here. © Copyright N ewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 94-4203 www.newpathlearning.com Land Habitats Key Vocabulary Terms arctic shelter desert tropical habitat rainforest rainforest woodland forest \|xiBAHBDy01697nzW
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