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  • 1. HABITATS
  • 2. WHAT IS A HABITAT? A habitat is a place where a particular animal or plant lives
  • 3. TYPES OF HABITATSThere are two main types of habitats: LAND WATER
  • 4. LAND HABITATS Some animals cannot live in water therefore they prefer land habitats. CAN YOU THINK OF ANY LAND HABITATS?
  • 5. DIFFERENT LAND HABITATSSome land habitats are: Forests Grasslands Deserts Woodlands
  • 6. WATER HABITATSThere are some living things that cannot survive on dry land. So they prefer living in water .CAN YOU THINK OF ANY WATER HABITATS?
  • 7. DIFFERENT WATER HABITAS Seas Rivers Lakes Swamps
  • 8. Did you know….. Did you know that some creatures live in both land and water habitats?
  • 9. Man-made habitatsDeserts, forests, rivers and seas are some examples ofnatural habitats. However, there a some habitats thatwere created by human beings. We call them ‘man made’habitatsThese ‘man made’ are created to seem as natural aspossible to the animals place in them.
  • 10. Some man made habitats are: Zoos Aquariums The bird sanctuary Fresh water ponds
  • 11. ActivityLet us create a habitat
  • 12. Creating a Man-made Habitat
  • 13. Here is a blog with more abouthabitats HABITATS