Habitats. BY Kian. Contents. Map of the habitats in school Sound Temperature Nettles habitat Log habitat Bush habitat Rabbit hole habitat Ladybird home habitat light. log habitat. Logs have all sorts of insect under them such as wood louse, worms and snails .
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Logs have all sorts of insect under them such as wood louse, worms and snails
Nettles are a great place for bees, frogs flyeand snakes to camoflage them selves
A lady bird lives in the ladybirds home because its more protective for lady birds to live in.
In our school field there was a lady bird house with lady birds in it.
The hedge habitat are a bee, rabbit and ants. camouflage them selves to get away
In the wild, rabbits have plenty to keep them occupied, and have problems and poor health.