Forest and Wildlife Resources | Chapter 2 | Class 10 | Social Science | Geography

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In this test paper, we will practice our learning of Forest and Wildlife Resources | Chapter 2 | Class 10 | Social Science | Geography. These MCQ questions are prepared Based on latest exam Pattern for General Studies and GK preparation of SSC, NDA, CDS, UPSC, UPPSC and State PSC Examinations.

In this test paper, we will practice our learning of Forest and Wildlife Resources | Chapter 2 | Class 10 | Social Science | Geography. These MCQ questions are prepared Based on latest exam Pattern for General Studies and GK preparation of SSC, NDA, CDS, UPSC, UPPSC and State PSC Examinations.

Questions

1. Which one of the following is not considered a sacred tree in India [CBSE 2011]

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2. Which one of the following is an example of endemic species? [CBSE 2011]

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3. Periyar Tiger reserve is located in

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4. The Buxa Tiger Reserve in West Bengal has been threatened about the loss of habitat of many species due to

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5. Which one of the following statements is not true with regard to depletion of flora and fauna?

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6. What was the aim of Chipko movement? [CBSE 2011]

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7. Most of the forests in the North eastern states belong to the category of __________ .

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8. The Mundas and Santhals of Chhota Nagpur region worship which one of the following trees?

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9. Which of these statements is not a valid reason for the depletion of flora and fauna? (Textbook)

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10. Which of the following conservation strategies do not directly involve community participation? (Textbook)

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11. The species which are in danger of extinction are called:

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12. The forest cover in our country has recently increased due to:

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13. The species whose population has declined to a level from where it is likely to move into the endangered category in the near future if the negative factors continue to operate are called:

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14. The Himalayan brown bear is an example of:

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15. Substantial parts of the tribal belts in north¬eastern India, have been deforested by:

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16. Species which are only found in some particular areas isolated by geographical barriers are called:

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17. The Asian cheetah was declared extinct in India in the year:

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18. The Buxar Tiger Reserve is seriously threatened by:

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19. The Himalayan yew is:

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20. The Himalayan yew is found in parts of:

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21. Extensive planting of a single commercially valuable species is called:

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22. Teak monoculture has damaged the natural forests in:

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23. Chir Pine plantations in the Himalayas have replaced the:

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24. Which one of the following is not responsible for the decline in India’s biodiversity?

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25. Which one of the following is not a direct outcome of environmental destruction?

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26. We need to conserve our forests and wildlife:

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27. The Indian Wildlife Protection Act was implemented in:

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28. Which is not a threat to tiger population in India?

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29. Reserved and protected forests are also referred to as:

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30. Unclassed forests are mainly found in:

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31. Sacred Groves are:

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32. The Chipko Movement in the Himalayas to protect the forest cover was started by

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33. How many tiger reserves are there in India:

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