How does a biome differ from a habitat?


How does a biome differ from a habitat?

Specific Ecosystems:

Biomes and habitats are areas that have specific ecosystems based on many different factors. These can be latitude, elevation, precipitation, and proximity to mountain ranges and bodies of water. Biomes and habitats include deserts, forests, swamps, grasslands, tundra, oceans, and lakes.

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A biome differs from a habitat in that a biome usually encompasses a very large region that is specific in its type of ecosystem, and habitats are...

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What Is a Biome? - Definition & Types

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