What is disruption of habitat?


What is disruption of habitat?


A natural habitat is an environment where specific types of species live. Each species that live in the habitat use it for their own purposes to survive and prosper. Examples of natural habitats include grasslands, wetlands, tundra, deserts, and forests.

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Disruption of habitat is when a natural habitat is damaged or destroyed where the different species living there can no longer support themselves from...

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