Habitat

A place with a particular kind of environment where plants and animals live.

habitat

(Living things in their environment) a place where plants, animals and micro-organisms live

Habitat

A habitat is an ecological or environmental area that is inhabited by a particular species of animal, plant, or other type of organism. It is the natural environment in which an organism lives, or the physical environment that surrounds a species population. A habitat is made up of physical factors such as soil, moisture, range of temperature, and...
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Habitat

it is the place where an organism lives and it is therefore the place where the organism can be found.
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Habitat

The natural environment of an animal or plant.
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Habitat

- a location which has a suitable environment for an organism to live in. Caves are natural habitats for bats, trees for birds; oral surfaces and crevices, for some bacteria.
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habitat

[n] - the type of environment in which an organism or group normally lives or occurs
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Habitat

• (v. t.) The natural abode, locality or region of an animal or plant. • (v. t.) Place where anything is commonly found.
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habitat

<ecology, zoology> The physical location or type of environment in which an organism or biological population lives or occurs. ... The place occupied by an organism, population, or community. It is the physical part of the community structure in which an organism finds its home, and includes the sum total of all the environmental conditions p...
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habitat

• The place or type of site where an organism or population naturally occurs. • Terrestrial or aquatic areas distinguished by geographic, abiotic and biotic features, whether entirely natural or semi-natural.
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habitat

home ground noun the type of environment in which an organism or group normally lives or occurs; `a marine habitat`; `he felt safe on his home grounds`
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Habitat

[horse] Habitat (1966–1987) was an American-bred British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a racing career which lasted from April until October 1969, the colt ran eight times and won five races. Unraced as a two-year-old, he proved to be the best European miler of 1969, winning the Lockinge Stakes and the Wills Mile in England ...
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Habitat

[magazine] Habitat is an American real estate magazine founded in 1982 and aimed at co-op boards, condominium associations, and related professionals such as attorneys and managing agents. The print magazine concentrates on the greater New York City metropolitan area while its Web site contains features for general-interest co-op/condo dire...
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Habitat

[retailer] Habitat Retail is a retailer of household furnishings in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, and has franchised outlets in other countries. Founded in 1964 by Sir Terence Conran, it was sold by the IKANO Group, owned by the Kamprad family, in December 2009 to Hilco, a restructuring specialist. On 24 June 2011 all but thre...
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Habitat

[video game] ==Culture== Users in the virtual world were represented by onscreen avatars, meaning that individual users had a third-person perspective of themselves, making it rather like a videogame. The players in the same region (denoted by all objects and elements shown on a particular screen) could see, speak (through onscreen text out...
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Habitat

Hab'i·tat (hăb'ĭ*tăt) noun [ Latin , it dwells, from habitare . See Habit , transitive verb ] 1. (Biol.) The natural abode, locality or region of an animal or plant. 2. Place where anything is commonly found. « This ...
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Habitat

A habitat is the place in which an organism lives; this could range from being a small pond or a rainforest.
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Habitat

A habitat is the place where a plant or animal lives. A habitat provides all that is necessary for a plant or animal to survive.
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Habitat

a location which has a suitable environment for an organism to live in. Caves are natural habitats for bats, trees for birds; oral surfaces and crevices, for some bacteria.
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Habitat

A place that supports a plant or animal population because it supplies that organism's basic requirements of food, water, shelter, living space, and security.
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habitat

A place where an organism lives. It must contain food, water, shelter, and a living space.
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habitat

A place with a particular kind of environment suitable for the growth of an organism.
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Habitat

An area able to support a type of animal.
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Habitat

An area in which a specific plant or animal naturally lives, grows and reproduces; the area that provides a plant or animal with adequate food, water, shelter and living space.
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Habitat

An area in which an organism lives. It also supplies everything that organism needs to survive.
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