A habitat is the natural environment of a plant, animal or other organism. Every living thing has its own habitat. 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 »

A pig's habitat is anywhere it can naturally forage for food and sufficiently reproduce. Contrary to what many people believe, a pig is a very clean animal that can live in a variety of habitats. More »

A habitat is where an organism or a community of organisms lives, and a niche is the specific place an organism has in an ecosystem. A habit can help define the niche of particular creature but cannot describe it entirel... More »

Phenotype is an organism's observable properties that are the result of the interaction of the organism's genotype and the environment. Observable properties include things such as eye color, height and hair color. More »

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A "chirotype" is a biological specimen, such as an animal, plant or fungus, that is used preliminarily in an unpublished scientific work as an example of the general kind of organism it is. Once the document describing t... More »

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A consumer in science refers to an organism, typically an animal, that feeds on other animals or plants. The consumer is part of the food chain and is studied in the science field known as ecology. More »