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A habitat is more than just a place that wildlife calls home. Itís a space thatís uniquely suited to an animalís needs through the arrangement of food, water, shelter, and cover. Itís the place that offers appropriate ďlife rangeĒ for young and old alike.

The relationship between habitat and wildlife is truly fundamental. Without habitat, there can be no wildlife, because habitats provide the life-support systems that allow animals to survive and thrive.

This section will provide much more detail about the importance of habitats. Enjoy it from your own habitat.


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