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Habitat Alteration and Fragmentation
Transcript of Habitat Alteration and Fragmentation
Habitat Fragmentation is a secondary effect of habitat destruction. The primary effect being the elimination of all individuals or populations from the portion of the landscape that has been destroyed, and the secondary effect, habitat fragmentation occurs when remaining populations are isolated because the links between habitat patches have been destroyed.
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Habitat Alteration is what they call it when a Habitat is altered BASICALLY . . .
Habitat Fragmentation is when a habitat is, well, fragmented. For example, if a fire burned through the middle of a forest it would separate the two parts of the forest and make it harder - or even impossible - for all the little animals and other organisms to get from the side they're on, to the other side.