Animal Habitats

A "habitat" is a place where something or someone lives. Animal habitats provide shelter, food and safety. Here are some examples of animal habitats.





 Trees provide a home and shelter for animals such as birds, squirrels, and insects.


 A dam is made by a beaver. The beaver uses its teeth to gnaw wood to construct this type of shelter.


 Prairie land grasses are where coyotes, deer, and badgers make their homes.

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