Land Habitats. Habitat. A habitat is a place where an animal finds the things it needs to live. In its habitat an animal finds water, food, and shelter. There are 4 types of land habitats – desert, rain forest, forest, and tundra. Desert. A desert is a place that gets very little rain.
A desert is a place that gets very little rain.
Only few plants and animals live in the desert.
A rainforest is an environment where rain falls almost every day.
There are many different kinds of plants and animals that live in the rainforest.
A forest is an environment that gets enough water and warmth for many trees to grow.
The tundra is a place with very cold and windy weather.
The land is covered with ice and snow most of the year.
There are no trees that grow in the tundra.