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This means a decline in habitat quality for grazers like bison and elk, whose winter-killed carcasses grizzlies feed upon.
He volunteers, with leadership and labor, for Habitat for Humanity, and he relentlessly and tirelessly writes.Jimmy Carter Was a Lot Better President Than Almost Anyone Ever Admits|David Masciotra|April 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The habitat requirements of elk and their speed of migration are probably the same today as at the end of the Pleistocene.Incontrovertible Evidence Proves the First Americans Came From Asia|Doug Peacock|March 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“You try to find some other habitat for the snakes and they all will die,” Tittel added.
Prior to joining the Obama administration, she was the chief executive officer of the Habitat Company.
Associated with this diversity of habitat is great variety in general form and manner of growth.
The habitat consisted mainly of short riffles, with average depth of four inches, and pools to depths of two feet.Five Natural Hybrid Combinations in Minnows (Cyprinidae)|Frank B. Cross
They are all smallish animals, and are modified to a great variety of habit and habitat.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
The recorded species of Pluteus have their habitat on tree stumps, sawdust, or upon fallen timber.
The Dendrobe was found once more, which is not at all surprising when its habitat had been discovered.The Woodlands Orchids|Frederick Boyle
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The area or type of environment in which a particular kind of animal or plant usually lives.