A species habitat is the environment that species is generally found. The species niche is how that species plays a role in it's environment.
a variety of species sharing the same habitat is called a eco-system
Generally as you increase area you will find more species. So a large habitat will have higher species diversity than a smaller habitat.
If that species cannot adapt to another habitat, or chooses not to, that species may very well become extinct.
A reptile's habitat depends entirely on the species of reptile.
Members of a species are said to live in the habitat of that species.
The natural habitat of most species of monkeys is the jungle or rainforests. Most species of monkeys live in trees.
No. Every species, even if they are in the same habitat, they all have different niches.
Habitat fragmentation, habitat destruction, poaching etc
Yes it will increase in a habitat.
Individuals of the same species always live in the same habitat. If they start to preferentially live in different habitats then you have the beginnings of separate species.
The right habitat provides adequate food for the species, and adequate shelter from predators and weather.
competition; is the struggle between species for the limited resources in a habitat.
Everything lives in a habitat. A habitat is another word for the homeland in which a species live, for example your habitat is your house and the area you live in.
in the jungle
Habitat destruction is the way in which a natural habitat is rendered functionally unable to support the species present.
Adaptation is the process by which a species changes over time to survive in its habitat.