Translation of fauna in Spanish:

fauna

fauna, n.

Pronunciation: /-niː//ˈfɔːnə//ˈfɑnə//ˈfɔnə/

noun

  • 1

    fauna feminine
    • This park has a finely balanced natural harmony of flora and fauna.
    • An international team of scientists descended on the area to study its diverse flora and fauna.
    • Divers from all over the world enthuse about the underwater flora and fauna found in the depths of Cork's best dive sites.
    • Even different species of flora and fauna find a place of reverence.
    • Australia is home to more than one million species of flora and fauna, many of which are found nowhere else in the world.
    • However, this union enabled more vigorous exchanges of flora and fauna between Africa and Eurasia.
    • Each of the study teams has come back with a wealth of photographs documenting the flora and fauna in these regions.
    • He said that a sustained preservation of flora and fauna in the forests would ensure good bio-diversity.
    • The creation of the wildlife garden would help sustain native flora and fauna in the region.
    • The sheer variety of marine flora and fauna is enough to floor visitors.
    • A slide show was organised after the talk, in which children were told about the role of flora and fauna in the ecosystem.
    • We only have a fraction of the flora and fauna that were there at first - the fossil record bears that out.
    • The Rangers' goal is to reintroduce native flora and fauna to the city's parks.
    • Apart from some other things, Sri Lanka is famous for its many rare species of flora and fauna.
    • The En Gedi Nature Reserve is home to the region's most splendid flora and fauna.
    • Are we really aware of the varied forms of flora and fauna found in the coastal regions of the country?
    • They both shared a keen interest in the flora and fauna of the region.
    • He is particularly interested in studying the flora and fauna of the regions they plan to pass through.
    • The shore is listed as an area of outstanding natural beauty and has a huge variety of flora and fauna.
    • Nature, with her infinite variety of flora and fauna, is God's gift to humans.