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Habitats of the National Park The places where animals and plants live are called habitats. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has many habitats which support a wide variety of wildlife; both common and rare. These include beaches, seashore and coastal slopes, heathland and mountain, moor and woodland. habitat, adaptation, niche, estuary, inland, protection, management,

Inland habitats in the National Park As the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is surrounded by the sea on three sides, its climate, even in the more inland areas, has a strong maritime influence. Inland environments are kept warmer in winter (and cooler in Summer) by the North Atlantic Drift (a warm sea current) and kept moist by the prevailing south-westerly winds off the North Atlantic Ocean. inland, habitats, protection, biodiversity, maritme, influence, climate, marginal, land,