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Habitat vs. Habitant

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Habitatnoun

Conditions suitable for an organism or population of organisms to live.

‘This park offers important amphibian habitat and breeding area.’;

Habitantnoun

(Canada) a member of habitation colony at Stadacona founded by Samuel de Champlain, where Quebec City now lies

Habitatnoun

A place or type of site where an organism or population naturally occurs.

Habitantnoun

(archaic) Inhabitant, dweller.

Habitatnoun

A terrestrial or aquatic area distinguished by geographic, abiotic and biotic features, whether entirely natural or semi-natural.

Habitantnoun

An inhabitant; a dweller.

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Habitatnoun

A place in which a person lives.

Habitantnoun

An inhabitant or resident; - a name applied to and denoting farmers of French descent or origin in Canada, especially in the Province of Quebec; - usually in the plural.

‘The habitants or cultivators of the soil.’;

Habitatnoun

The natural abode, locality or region of an animal or plant.

Habitatnoun

Place where anything is commonly found.

‘This word has its habitat in Oxfordshire.’;

Habitatnoun

the type of environment in which an organism or group normally lives or occurs;

‘a marine habitat’; ‘he felt safe on his home grounds’;

Habitat

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. A species habitat can be seen as the physical manifestation of its ecological niche.

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