Urban gardens, parks, and undeveloped lots are habitats for numerous wild and cultivated plants, which attract pollinators and herbivores. Urban trash sites are breeding and feeding grounds for many insects and rodents. They all in turn attract predatory insectivores and carnivores, including reptiles, hedgehogs, and even foxes. Animals that have adapted to urban environments tend to be secretive, nocturnal, or elusive to humans. Many make their homes in building crevices.
Cities, towns, and villages.