24-03-2005: Flora and Fauna of North East India Miniature Sheet


The terms flora and fauna are mostly used to refer to the indigenous plants and wildlife of a geographic area. Both are typed in a collective word, referring to groups of plants specific to a region or time period. Flora is a word form of Latin origin, referring to Flora, the goddess of flowers. The word flora can refer to a group of plants. Fauna can refer to the animal life of a certain region, or environment, or to an assortment of animals. The word organism is also a variant of Latin origin. On this occasion, the Indian Post department released a set of two Flora and Fauna of the North East India Miniature Sheet. The flora and fauna of an area are interpreted in biological terms to include the species of plant and animal life in the environment and their relationships to each other.

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