Fauna

animals

fauna

  1. all the animal life in a particular region
  2. a living organism characterized by voluntary movement

fauna

animal life of a particular region, from Latin Fauna, female counterpart of Faunus (giving English
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fauna

A Latin term which refers to animals remains, as opposed to flora which refers to plant remains.
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Fauna

Fauna is all of the animal life of any particular region or time. The corresponding term for plants is flora. Flora, fauna and other forms of life such as fungi are collectively referred to as biota. Zoologists and paleontologists use fauna to refer to a typical collection of animals found in a specific time or place, e.g. the `Sonoran Desert fau....
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Fauna

• (n.) The animals of any given area or epoch; as, the fauna of America; fossil fauna; recent fauna.
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fauna

<ecology> Animal life. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Fauna

(1) A term used to describe the animal species of a specific region or time. (2) All animal life associated with a given habitat, country, area, or period.
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fauna

(L: Faunus=Roman god with goattlike features, like the Greek god Pan) the animal population present in a given place or at a given time in the past.
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fauna

zoology noun all the animal life in a particular region or period; `the fauna of China`; `the zoology of the Pliocene epoch`
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Fauna

[goddess] In ancient Roman religion, Fauna is a goddess said in differing ancient sources to be the wife, sister, or daughter of Faunus (the Roman counterpart of Pan). Varro regarded her as the female counterpart of Faunus, and said that the fauni all had prophetic powers. She is also called Fatua or Fenta Fauna. ==Names== Varro explained t...
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Fauna

Fau'na noun [ New Latin : confer French faune . See Faun .] (Zoology) The animals of any given area or epoch; as, the fauna of America; fossil fauna ; recent fauna .
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fauna

all the animal life in a particular region or period
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Fauna

All the animals in a particular place or period of time.
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Fauna

Alternative name given to the Roman goddess Bona Dea. ...
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fauna

animal life of a particular region, from Latin Fauna, female counterpart of Faunus (giving English
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Fauna

Animals of a given region or period of geologic time.
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fauna

animals that are characteristic of a certain age, locality, or formation.
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Fauna

Fauna (from the Latin faun), is a collective word signifying all the animals of a certain region, and also the description of them, corresponding to the word flora in respect to plants.
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Fauna

Fauna An ancient Italian rural goddess of fruitfulness in Roman mythology, the sister of Faunus.
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Fauna

Fauna is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Fauna

in ancient Roman religion, a goddess of the fertility of woodlands, fields, and flocks; she was the counterpart—variously considered the wife, ...
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Fauna

In Roman mythology, Fauna was the mother goddess of earth, rural life, fields, cattle and wild creatures. She was a protectress of women. See also Bona Dea.
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Fauna

Organisms of the animal kingdom.
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Fauna

Term referring collectively to all animals in an area. The zoological counterpart of flora.
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