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(a) Deforestation increases the level of……………….. in the atmosphere.
(b) Species found only in a particular area is known as……… species.
(c) A place where animals are protected in their natural habitat is called
(d) Satpura National Park is a part of……………… Biosphere Reserve.
(e) Rd Data Book contains a record of……….. species.
(f) Migratory birds fly to faraway places because of……... changes.
(g) In reforestation, the planted trees should be of the same………. Which were cut down in that forest?
(h) Paper can be recycled………… to…... times.
Large scale deforestation leads to the decrease in the amount of gas A in the atmosphere whereas the amount of gas B increases. The increased amount of gas B in the atmosphere causes an effect C which leads to excessive heating of the earth and its atmosphere producing an undesirable phenomenon D. What are A, B, C and D?
The species P and Q of wild animals are found only in a ‘particular area’. The species R of wild animals is listed in Red data book of India whereas species S of wild animals no longer exists anywhere on the earth.
(a) What name is given to species like P and Q?
(b) What are the species like R known as?
(c) Name one species like R.
(d) What is the special name of species like S?
(e) Name one species like S.
X is a human activity which will cause an increase in temperature of earth’s atmosphere leading to global warming. It can cause soil erosion making the soil infertile and lead to desertification. It can cause decrease in rainfall but increase the flooding of rivers. It can also affect water cycle and lead to the extinction of many wild species. What is X?