FAUNA


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AcronymDefinition
FAUNAFriends and Advocates of Urban Natural Areas (Portland, OR)
FAUNAFriends of Animals Under Abuse (Wales, UK)
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The encircling walls, the central lake, the hot springs which feed the lake, all point to a conclusion, and the fauna and the flora bear indisputable evidence that Caprona was once part of some great land-mass.
The diminution in reptilian life was the most noticeable change in the fauna of northern Caspak.
At the time of the death of Mr Ira Nutcombe, the only all-the-year-round inhabitants were the butcher, the grocer, the chemist, the other customary fauna of villages, and Miss Elizabeth Boyd, who rented the ramshackle farm known locally as Flack's and eked out a precarious livelihood by keeping bees.
But it appeared that she had come once as a small child, when the geography of the place was entirely different, and the fauna included certainly flamingoes and, possibly, camels.
With 183 parties, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) remains one of the world's most powerful tools for wildlife conservation through the regulation of trade.
While stating that pangolin and elephants are highly protected and endangered species and listed on Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), as well as on Schedule I of the National Endangered Species Act, 2016, the minister, however, observed that export of wild fauna and flora from Nigeria are covered by CITES permit/certificates.
India Eisley has been in movies like "Underworld Awakening" and "Look Away," but TV fans might remember her as Ashley on "The Secret Life of the American Teenager." In "I Am The Night," Eisley plays Fauna Hodel, often called Pat, a young girl in the middle of an identity crisis.
"The Red Book of flora and fauna has critical importance because it provides information that helps in compiling protection priorities at local and global levels.
CITES - Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora - the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
Devido a sua relacao direta com os processos do solo, a fauna edafica tem sido apontada como um bom indicador de sua qualidade (DORAN; ZEIS, 2000; LAVELLE et al., 2006; SILVA et al., 2006).