A habitat is a specific environment or physical location where a particular organism, species or community of organisms live, grows, and reproduces. It often refers to the natural home or dwelling place of a living organism, where it obtains food, water, shelter, and other resources necessary for survival.
Habitats can range from a small area, such as a rock pool or a tree trunk, to an entire ecosystem, such as a coral reef or a rainforest. The characteristics of a habitat, such as temperature, humidity, soil type, light, and availability of nutrients, influence the types of plants and animals that can survive and thrive within it.
The group of figures offered here thrive in various habitats found in the continent of South America. This in turn allows for further studies into the ecosystems and the environmental factors that influence the survival of an organism or organisms in each habitat.
Each animal has been carefully chosen for accuracy and size to avoid any possibility of choking hazards. Items meet the standards and are tested in accordance with the cpsc.gov requirements using a choking tube.
Includes the following animals:
- Green Eyed Tree Frog
- Green Anaconda
The following resource(s) are highly recommended:
- Animals of the South American Continent
- Continent Stamps
- Continent Stencils - Complete Set
- South America Continent Tug of War
1 ETC Open Acrylic Container