Butterflies live in different habitats, including mangroves, salt marshes, lowland forests, sand dunes, wetlands, mountainous regions and grasslands. Rocky areas and bare ground give larvae a place to find adequate food ... More »

The habitat of caterpillars is forests and pastures where the caterpillar's diet of leaves and grasses is abundantly available. It is estimated that there are more than 20,000 species of caterpillars, including undiscove... More »

According to the World Wildlife Fund, butterflies like the monarch have been decreasing in population due to climate change. This decrease is evident in areas like Canada and Mexico. More »

The natural habitat of rabbits largely depends on their species, but it includes meadows, prairies, deserts, farmlands, thickets, forests, wetlands and moorlands. The Eastern cottontail, the most common type of rabbit in... More »

Jaguars live in a variety of natural habitats, including rain forests, grasslands and mountain areas. Jaguars like to make their dens in places with softer ground and prefer dense rain forests; however, they can be found... More »

Domestic cats typically live in homes or urban areas while feral cats live in forests, grasslands, tundras and wetlands, and big cats live in rainforests, deserts and in temperate climate zones. Where cats live depends p... More »

Snails live in a range of moist environments that generally include areas with robust vegetation like temperate and tropical forests, as well as in aquatic habitats such as marshes, ponds and wetlands. There are 40,000 d... More »