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Habitats

This is an introduction to habitats and supports the 3rd grade curriculum.
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Melissa May

on 24 January 2016

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Transcript of Habitats

Biomes of the World
Aquatic Habitats
Ocean
Coral Reefs
Lakes, Ponds
Rivers, Streams, Creeks
Marshes
Swamps/Bogs
Terrestrial Habitats
Desert
Tundra
Grasslands/Savanna
Temperate Forests
Tropical Forests
Desert
VERY little rainfall
Grasslands /Savanna
Very little trees
(not enough water to support trees)
Tundra
VERY COLD
Temperate Forest
Tropical
Rainforest
Temperate/Tropical
Marsh
Low lying areas of wet, spongy ground
Located near the coast
Swamps/ Bogs
Wet, spongy ground
located inland
Rivers
long, flowing bodies of freshwater
Ocean
saltwater habitat
Lakes
Freshwater habitat
Treeless
Remains frozen all year
"permafrost" (subsoil)
dense tree population
changes with the seasons
dense tree population
LOTS of rainfall
located along the equator
wide variety of plant and animal life
What is a biome?
A biome is another name for a HABITAT!
A habitat is an animal's home, or its surroundings.
A
community
is a group of plants and animals that
share
the same habitat.
A
population
is the total
number
of a specific type of plant or animal living in a community.
Community vs. Population
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