CBSE Class 8 Science Worksheet - Conservation of Plants and Animals

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Conservation of Plants and Animals

1. Deforestation means

a) Cleaning of forests b) To grow plants

c) To look after plants d) None of these

2. The plants found in particular area are termed as .

a) Fauna b) Flora

c) Endemic species d) wild animals

3. Red data book keeps the record of

a) Endangered species b) Sanctuary

c) Plants d) Animals

4. Project - Tiger means.

a) Hunting of tigers b) Rearing of tigers

c) Survival & maintanance of tigers d) All of these

5. Write one word for the following sentences.

(Hint : Ecosystem, National Park, Endangered species, Biosphere reserve, Sanctuary)

a) Animals whose numbers are diminishing to a level and they might face extinction ________ 

b) All the plants, animals and micro-organism in an area along with non-living component ____________.

c) An area where animals are protected from any disturbance to them and their habitat ___________.

d) An area reserved for wild life, where they can freely use the habitats & natural resources _____________.

e) A large area of protected land for conservation of wild life, plant & animal resourceS.

6. Do you Know?

a) How many tress are cut to get I tonne paper ________________.

b) How many times a paper can be recycled __________________.

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