Let’s talk about Habitat – The limits of tolerance regulate the distribution of organisms. Animal, plant, micro-organisms, and humans are concentrated in regions where the conditions are suitable. Habitats are classified as terrestrial or aquatic. Habitats such us freshwater habitats ( swamps, lakes, rivers, ponds, irrigation canals, and ditches ). There are several sorts of habitats such as woods, orchards, and grasslands. We will discover lowland grasslands, pine stands groves, citrus plantations, bamboo thickets, cogon areas on mountain slopes, thick virgin forests and other areas.
In these habitats of animal and plants, many physicochemical variables are found. These factors, which interact with things, may include dirt and temperature. One very important factor is the soil. It lies under the layer of the bedrock in the world. It may be of water and wind in the erosion. There are forces of nature that affect it. Soil may vary according to the sort of plant and animal life it supports.
The tilting of the axis of the earth leads to the distribution of temperature over the surface of the earth. The poles are tilted toward sunlight and away from it. That’s the reason there are places that have four seasons namely fall, winter, spring and summer. After the ground is tilted toward the sun, the days get warmer and longer. Temperature changes from region to region at a time because the earth at various angles strikes. That’s the reason it’s essential for some organisms on the planet to manage the changes in temperature to be able to survive.