Definition of Flora and Fauna?

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The two terms, Flora and Fauna are often used together to refer to the collective term for all kinds of animals and all kinds of plants found in a particular region, habitat, or geological period.
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Basically anything can be. Threats to flora can be: knocking down trees/ forests, people breaking things off, bushfires/fires and some diseases. I've seen some trees on an island
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Flora - Plant life. Fauna - Animal life. I'm sure you can finish your homework yourself with that information.
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The indigenous plant and wildlife of geographical region is often referred to as that region’s flora and fauna. Flora and fauna refer to plant and wildlife respectively
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