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1) The locality in which a plant or animal naturally grows or lives. It can be either the geographical area over which it extends, or the particular location in which a specimen is found. 2) A physical portion of the environment that is inhabited by an organism or population of organisms. A habitat is characterized by a relative uniformity of the physical environment and fairly close interaction of all the biological species involved. In terms of region, a habitat may comprise a desert, a tropical forest, a prairie field, the Arctic Tundra or the Arctic Ocean. (Source: GEMET-WRIGHT / GILP)

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Convención sobre la conservación de las especies migratorias
Acuerdo sobre la Conservación de las Aves Acuáticas Migratorias Afro-euroasiáticas
Convención sobre la Protección del Patrimonio Mundial
Convención sobre los Humedales
Convenio de Barcelona
Protocolo ZEPIM
Cartagena Convention
Acuerdo sobre la Conservación de las Poblaciones de Murciélagos de Europa
Convenio de los Cárpatos
United Nations Environment Assembly