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2nd grade - animal habitats
Terms in this set (15)
Things that are alive
things that are not alive
the things that are around where the animal or plant lives
the things that the plant or animal have to have to survive (food, water, shelter and air)
the place that protects the animal when it sleeps or where lives (tree, cave, coral)
the place where an animal lives
What are living things dependent on?
Their habitats, other living organisms in their habitats and nonliving things in their habitats
What do animals need to survive?
Food, air, water, shelter and the ability to adapt to environmental changes
What happens if an animal or plant's habitat changes and then cannot leave?
It can adapt or if it does not adapt, it will die
when an animal is able to hide from its enemies by blending into its surroundings
What causes changes to habitats?
Weather (season to season), fire and humans (pollution)
the remains of a creature that once lived on Earth
all the interactions between and among living things and their nonliving surroundings
What are two examples of a living habitat?
What are two examples of nonliving habitats?
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