Aquatic

Aquatic habitats are ones that are found in and around bodies of water, like lakes, rivers, ponds, and wetlands. Things like the size of the body of water, water temperature and how much water temperatures change, how many nutrients are in the water, and whether or not the water is flowing will most strongly influence the kinds of animals that you’ll find in an aquatic habitat.

 
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