ESTUARINE HABITATS Estuarine habitat is a body of water formed at the coast as a result of the action of tides which mix salt water from the sea with fresh water from the land. The mixing of salt water and fresh water results in the formation of brackish water. This brackish water is what is… Continue reading what is estuarine habitat in ecology?
FRESH WATER HABITAT Fresh water habitat is a body of water formed mainly from inland waters and contain very low level of salinity.Examples of fresh water habitats are:rivers, ponds, streams, springs and lakes Types of Fresh Waters Fresh waters are classified on the basis of their mobility. Based on this, two types are identified. These… Continue reading fresh water habitat and features
AQUATIC HABITATS WHAT IS AQUATIC HABITAT Aquatic habitat is a body of water in which certain organisms live naturally. In other words, aquatic habitats are habitats or places that relates to lives in water.Organisms that live in water are called aquatic organisms. Examples of aquatic organisms are fish, crabs, toads and plants. Types of aquatic… Continue reading AQUATIC HABITATS AND [TS FEATURES