Several types of habitats are found in the world, including forests, meadows or fields, thickets, marshes, ponds, forest streams, rivers, forest edges, flower gardens and even neighborhood streets. A habitat is a place w... More »

Forests, grasslands and desert environments are all examples of terrestrial animal habitats. Aquatic and marine habitats include lakes, ponds and oceans. Animal habitats are also defined by physical factors including soi... More »

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... More »

www.reference.com Science Environmental Science Human Impact

The Florida banded water snake is a non-venomous snake found in freshwater lakes, ponds, rivers, streams and marshes throughout Florida's Panhandle and northeast to South Carolina and west to southwestern Alabama. It has... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Reptiles Snakes

The natural habitats for deer are woodlands, river bottomlands, forest edges, plains, swamps, meadows and farmland. Deer can survive in many different types of habitats as long as there is vegetation and water nearby. More »

Leeches are found in lakes, ponds, swamps, marshes and moist soil in habitats around the world. Most leech species exist in shallow water that is slow-moving, but certain species can also be found in the ocean. More »

A typical moose wildlife area or habitat consists of a dense mixed forest with a forest tundra that includes conifers, alder and willows around bogs, streams, ponds and lakes. Because of their dense, insulating fur, moos... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Mammals