Habitats are places where animals live. For example, a woodpecker lives in a woodland.
How these animals get along with each other
Let’s think of habitats as cities: where there are different kinds of animals who have to get along with each other.
In every habitat, there is a food chain. A food chain explains what animals eat. They might either eat other animals (carnivore) or eat plants (herbivore) or maybe both (omnivore). Below is an example of a simplified food chain:
Cheese > Mouse > Cat