Definición de fynbos en inglés:

fynbos

Silabificación: fyn·bos
Pronunciación: /ˈfānbäs
 
/

sustantivo

A distinctive type of vegetation found only on the southern tip of Africa. It includes a wide range of plant species, particularly small heatherlike trees and shrubs.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Climate change, sprawl, and alien-species invasion are threatening South Africa's fynbos, the main vegetation type of the smallest, yet richest, of the world's six floral kingdoms.
  • Alpha diversity of grassland at the 1000 m plot level exceeds all other biomes in southern Africa, including the renowned Cape fynbos, and the biome as a whole contains almost 4000 plant species.
  • Essop said the government was also concerned that indigenous plants, or fynbos, had been destroyed at Pinnacle Point in Mossel Bay, where a casino and golf estate are being built.

Origen

Afrikaans, literally 'fine bush'.

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verb
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