CBSE Class 8 Science Conservation Of Plants And Animals Assignment Set B

CBSE Class 8 Science - Conservation Of Plants And Animals (2)

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CONSERVATION OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS

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1.Plants and animals found in Panchmarhi Biosphere reserve are similar to the plants and animals of:

(A) Lower Western ghats (B) Eastern ghats

(C) Western desert (D) Northern river plain

2.How many wildlife sanctuaries are there in Panchmarhi Biosphere Reserve?

(A) One (B) Two (C) Three (D) None

3.Living organisms and non living components of an area constitute a/an:

(A) Biosphere (B) Ecosystem (C) Flora (D) Fauna

4.Which is not a component of an ecosystem?

(A) Plants (B) Animals (C) Buildings (D) Climate

5.What is deforestation?

6.What do you understand by biodiversity?

7.What is the difference between flora and fauna?

8.What is species?

9.Name the first Reserve Forest of India.

10.What was the objective of Project Tiger?

11.What are migratory birds?

12.What is the difference between deforestation and reforestation?

13.Give one plant and one animal species which are the endemic species of Panchmarhi Biosphere

Reserve.

14.Name two natural causes of deforestation.

15.What is a biosphere?

16.Who lays down rules and policies to protect and conserve forests?

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