Conservation of plants and animals Worksheet-5

Conservation of plants and animals Worksheet-5


Multiple-Choice Question:

  1. Leopard, wild dog and wolf are examples of-

(A) Flora            (B) Fauna          (C) Both of these (D) None of these


  1. ______ are those species of plants and animals which are found exclusively in a particular area.

(A) Extinct species                       (B) Endemic species

(C) Endangered species              (D) None of these


  1. _______ is a group of populations which are capable of interbreeding.

(A) Genus          (B) Species        (C) Order           (D) Class


  1. ______ provide protection and suitable living conditions to wild animals.

(A) National parks                       (B) Wildlife sanctuaries

(C) Biosphere reserve                  (D) All of these


  1. ________ are places where killing (poaching) or capturing of animals is strictly banned.

(A) Wildlife sanctuaries              (B) Biosphere reserve

(C) National parks                       (D) All of these prohibited.


  1. A/an ______ is made of all the plants, animals and microorganisms in an area along with non-living components such as climate, soil.

(A) Environment                          (B) Biosphere            

(C) Ecosystem                               (D) All of these


  1. ______ National Park is the first Reserve Forest of India.

(A) Kajiranga   (B) Satpura       (C) Sariska                  (D) Ghana


  1. The finest Indian teak is found in the forest of _____.

(A) Kajiranga   (B) Satpura       (C) Sariska                  (D) Ghana


  1. A total of ________ rock shelters have been identified in Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve.

(A) 65                 (B) 55                 (C) 45                 (D) 35


  1. _______ was launched by the government to protect the tigers in the country.

(A) Save tiger                                (B) Protect tiger

(C) Project Tiger                          (D) All of these


Answer keys:

  1. (B)

  2. (B)

  3. (B)

  4. (D)

  5. (B)

  6. (B)

  7. (B)

  8. (B)

  9. (B)

  10. (C)