Aquatic habitat is a body of water in which certain organisms live naturally. In other words, aquatic habitats are habitats or places that relates to lives in water. Organisms that live in water are called aquatic organisms. Examples of aquatic organisms are fish, crabs, toads and plants.   Types of Aquatic Habitats There are three types of aquatic habitats. These are marine or salt water habitats, estuarine or brackish water habitats and fresh water habitats.   MARINE HABITATS Marine habitats refer to aquatic habitats which contain salt water. Marine habitats include the oceans, lakes, shores and the open seas. Characteristics of Marine Habitat The marine or salt water habitat has…

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