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Most foxes live in forests or other wooded areas. Some species of fox prefer a habitat in a more urban environment. The specific habitat of a fox varies depending on the species.


Habitat for Humanity ReStores are located in each state in the United States, as well as in Guam, Puerto Rico and several Canadian provinces, as of 2015. The organization offers a tool on its website to locate ReStores by ZIP code, state or province.


Most horses are domesticated, but the small numbers of wild horses in the United States live on islands near the East Coast and in 10 Western states, including Oregon, California, Arizona and New Mexico. Approximately 55,000 wild horses live on about 34 million acres managed by the U.S. Bureau of La


The northern cardinal inhabits the southeastern half of the United States and portions of Mexico and Central America. An incredibly adaptable species, the cardinal utilizes a variety of different habitats throughout this range. Cardinals are observed in forests, fields and meadows, as well as in dis


Cats known as black panthers live all around the world, from Central America and South America to Asia. They can live in a variety of different habitats, such as forests, rainforests, grasslands, scrublands and swamps.


According to the National Wildlife Federation, habitat destruction occurs when human activity drastically changes or destroys any natural ecosystem. Habitat destruction reduces the food, water and shelter that is available to support wildlife.


Examples of habitat destruction include deforestation, filling wetlands and mowing fields. Habitat loss or destruction caused by population growth and expansion and the needs of people on the planet lead to loss of plant and animal species.


Wetlands, such as ponds, streams, lakes and lagoons, and woodland areas, such as swamp forests and stands of mangrove trees, are natural habitats for ducks. Ducks are common in varying climates around the world, including Alaska, China and regions of Australia and the Caribbean.


A crab's habitat is the sand and the forest burrows depending on its species geographic range though pet crabs are often given sand, coral or Earth substrate for their habitat. Red crabs, blue crabs and horseshoe crabs live in the wild while hermit crabs can live in the wild or can be kept as pets.


Penguin habitats are always close to ocean waters, though some live in warmer climates and some in colder ones. Penguins need to live close to water since they spend three quarters of their time there. They also hunt for squid, krill, fish and crustaceans, which are all in the water.