In ecology, the term habitat summarises the array of resources, physical and biotic factors that are present in an area, such as to support the survival and reproduction of a particular species.
Ecological or environmental area inhabited by a particular species; natural environment in which an organism lives, or the physical environment that surrounds a species population
The locality in which a plant or animal naturally grows or lives. It can be either the geographical area over which it extends, or the particular station in which a specimen is found. 2) A physical portion of the environment that is inhabited by an organism or population of organisms. A habitat is characterized by a relative uniformity of the physical environment and fairly close interaction of all the biological species involved. In terms of region, a habitat may comprise a desert, a tropical forest, a prairie field, the Arctic Tundra or the Arctic Ocean.
A small area with physical and ecological characteristics that distinguish it from its immediate surrounding area.
A place or type of site where an organism or population naturally occurs.