Forests generally exhibit a wide diversity of flora and fauna.
Flora and fauna refer to plant and wildlife, respectively. The term is often used to refer to the indigenous plant and wildlife of a geographic region. Both are collective terms, referring to groups of plants or wild animals specific to a region or time period. For example, the flora and fauna of a warm region may consist of tropical to warm temperate vegetation and exotic bird species.
Terrariums are commonly used to maintain flora that thrives in dry habitats.
By definition, flora is a word of Latin origin that refers to Flora, the goddess of flowers. The term can refer to a group of plants or bacteria. Flora is the root of the word floral, which means flowers. Fauna can refer to the animal life or classification of animals from a particular region, time period, or environment. The term is also of Latin origin, and in Roman mythology, Fauna was the sister of Faunus, a good spirit of the forest and plains.
Fauna can refer to the wildlife of a given environment.
The flora and fauna of any region are generally explained in biological terms to include the genus and species of plant and animal life, their preferred cultivation or breeding habits, and also their connection to the environment. In addition to geographic groupings, the environment also helps to promote your ranking. For example, a region’s aquatic flora and fauna refers to the plant and animal life found in or around a geographic region.
Biologists and environmentalists study the plants and animals of a region for a variety of reasons. Preservation and conservation are the main reasons why they are important to researchers, such as their ability to teach scientists new things about biology. Several organizations, including Fauna and Flora International (FFI), work together to use their research and findings to advance conservation and preservation policies, as well as biodiversity.