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Etymology: L, habitare, to dwell
a natural environment where an organism, including a human being, may live and grow normally.
habitatthat part of the environment, for example, stream, meadowland, salt marsh, etc., which is occupied by an animal or plant.
the environment inhabited by a specific organism or animal.