Endemic

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Endemic (Greek: endēmia, "dwelling within") denotes something belonging or native to a particular people or country, or that is characteristic of or prevalent in a particular field, area, or environment. An endemic species is exclusively found in a particular locality or region.[1]


References

  1. Endemic Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Accessed 16 January 2008
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