What is habitat selection?


What is habitat selection?


Habitats are the environment that animals choose to live in. They can choose habitats that best meet their needs while also being able to adapt to different habitats. Examples of natural habitats include forests, wetlands, deserts, the arctic tundra.

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Habitat selection is the theory that animals choose their environment as a behavioral response to help them survive and influence the survival of...

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