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 What is an orca's natural habitat?

Answer The killer whale (Orcinus orca) is actually the dolphin family's largest member and exists in all the oceans of the Earth. Growing to sizes in excess of 30 feet, the orca can live to be around 50 ... Read More »
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Natural Habitat & Man-Made Habitat Differences?

Man-made and natural habitats refer to environments where several species live. How these environments are built up is different, but they both sustain life. A natural habitat is untampered with by... Read More »
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What is the natural habitat of a hedgehog?

Hedgehogs, members of the "Erinaceomorpha" order, or the classification of mammals containing hedgehogs and gymnures, are found in Africa and Europe. They are most closely related to shrews. The ... Read More »
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What is a tiger's natural habitat?

The different kinds of tigers (Panthera tigris) in the world live in some very different habitats. The tiger, a big cat that can weigh more than 400 pounds in some instances, has a much smaller ran... Read More »
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What is the natural habitat of a gnat?

The gnat is classified as a tiny flying insect. In North America, the term generally applies to the black fly, midget, fungus gnat and the fruit fly. Male gnats swarm together in large clusters cal... Read More »
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