what are tow types of environment present in every habitat?

I'm not sure what you are asking. The geological the the climate aspects are always present. Is this what you want?

I hope this helps. If not, repost your question in more specific terms. Thanks for asking.

All toes have some sort of toughend aerea on them, callous, or nail, or claw, :)

what PsyDAG said , even in space, the Terrain:None the Atmosphere:None

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8 months ago

In every habitat, there are generally two types of environments present: the terrestrial environment and the aquatic environment.

The terrestrial environment refers to the land or soil portion of a habitat. It includes various geological features such as mountains, hills, plains, and valleys. The terrestrial environment also encompasses different types of vegetation, including forests, grasslands, and deserts. The soil composition and characteristics, such as fertility and moisture content, also play a crucial role in shaping the terrestrial environment.

On the other hand, the aquatic environment refers to water bodies such as oceans, seas, rivers, lakes, and ponds. The aquatic environment is characterized by its unique physical properties, such as temperature, salinity, and depth. It supports a wide range of aquatic organisms, including fish, marine mammals, and various types of aquatic plants and algae.

To determine these two types of environments present in a specific habitat, one would typically need to study the geographical features, climate, and water bodies in that area. This can be accomplished through field surveys, data collection, and analysis conducted by ecologists, geologists, hydrologists, and other experts in the field.

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