Habitats are home to many different plants and animals.
The differences we see between plant species and between animal species is called DIVERSITY.
Rich habitats are the home of many plants and animals. The more DIVERSITY, the richer the habitat. Wild animals need different kinds of food and shelter, so their habitats are very different.
Imagine a blue whale living in the pond in the park!
As scientists, we need to know which plants and animals live in different habitats.
Meadows are very special habitats where lots of plants and animals live. Which three organisms make their home in meadows?
Compost heaps are good habitats for small invertebrates - animals without backbones.
Identfy the three invertebrates which live in compost heaps.
Some animals, including some insects, need very special shelter in winter to escape the cold and lack of food. When animals 'sleep' through the winter we say they...