Deutsch: Fauna / Español: Fauna / Português: Fauna / Français: Faune / Italiano: Fauna /

The fauna is the total animal population that inhabits an area.

In the context of the environment, "fauna" refers to the animal life of a particular area or region Fauna can include a wide range of animal species, from microscopic organisms to large mammals, and it can be an important component of the ecosystem and the overall health of an area.

Fauna can be affected by a variety of factors, including habitat loss, pollution, climate change and human activities. The diversity and abundance of fauna in an area can be used as an indicator of the health of the ecosystem and the quality of the environment.

Here are a few examples of how "fauna" might be used in the context of the environment:

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