Jasmine Hemby. Amy Conteras
The habitat where a species live is where it fulfills its basic life needs. Nourishment, procreation, and rest. If not managed properly it can result in endagerment in that species or extiction
Food and Water
This is necessary to all wildlife. There is constant competition for food and water. But cover, space, and arrangement are also top priority.
Cover, Space, Arrangement
All this is necessary for life of any species. over provides protection from predators. Space is needed for adequate food, territorial space and freedom. Ideal arrangement places food, water, cover, and space in a small area.