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Habitat 1100 Words You Need Week 16 Day 1

Habitat 1100 Words You Need

Habitat 1100 Words You Need

/ˈhæb.ɪ.tæt/ (noun)

the natural home or environment for special animals or plants species to grow well, territory, locale, surroundings, haunt, habitation:

The term natural habitat refers to an environment occurring naturally in forests, wetlands, deserts, grasslands and the Arctic tundra, which supports a particular species through a natural provision of water, shelter, an area conducive to birthing, and food.

Source: https://sciencing.com/

An international study has revealed new evidence to help understand the consequences of habitat loss on natural communities.

The research, co-authored by Swansea University’s Dr Miguel Lurgi, shows the specific ways in which human activities destroy habitat is a key factor to understanding the effects of such destruction on the stability and functioning of biological communities.

The paper, published in scientific journal Nature Communications, asks whether putting the focus solely on species diversity may overlook other facets of the way biological communities respond to habitat destruction.

Source: https://www.sciencedaily.com/

Noun: habitation, habitant

Adjective: habitable

Farsi: زیستگاه

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