Flora & Fauna
Deriving their names from the language of Latin, flora & fauna are the two most critical members of the world’s ecosystem. All living organisms that exist in the world is categorised by these two.
Flora is the name given to a set of plants and trees that are indigenous to a specific region and Fauna is used to address animals that belongs to a specific region.
The importance of flora and fauna is that both of the two play an immensely active role in maintaining the balance of the ecosystem and all living organisms’ survival. The oxygen released by flora is vital for fauna for their respiratory purposes whereas the carbon dioxide released by fauna is extremely important for flora to grow and prosper.