What are the major habitat requirements for a wildlife species?

The major habitat requirements for a wildlife species are as follows:

  1. Adequate amounts of food for both herbivores and carnivores.
  2. Presence of bodies that provide water
  3. Nesting grounds
  4. Protection against poaching and competitors

An ideal wildlife habitat has the above requirements distributed horizontally and vertically across the landscape.

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