What are the differences between terrestrial-air and aquatic habitats?

1) in the ground-air environment (land) less density;
2) on land, the amplitude of temperature fluctuations is greater;
3) there is a higher illumination rate on land.

Characteristics of the habitat Water Land
1. The density of the medium High Low
2. The availability of oxygen The amount of oxygen is relatively small and can vary depending on the conditions Oxygen is a component of air, its quantity is constant, and its availability is unlimited
3. The weight of the body in the environment The force of gravity is balanced by the Archimedean force The weight of the body is fully determined by the force of gravity
4. Evaporation from the surface of the body No evaporation, excess moisture Significant evaporation, especially at high temperatures
5. Temperature control Temperature fluctuation within a limited range Significant temperature fluctuations, both during the day and in different seasons of the year
6. The transparency of the environment (visibility) Small Big
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