Class 10 Social Science (Geography) MCQs Chapter 2 – Forest and Wildlife Resources

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    Welcome to your Class 10 Social Science (Geography) MCQs Chapter 2 - Forest and Wildlife Resources

    INSTRUCTIONS:- 

    February 26, 2024

    1. All the questions are Compulsory.
    2. The total no. of questions is 20.
    3. You will get 15 Min to complete it. After 15 Min. it will be submitted automatically.
    4. After Submission, your result will be displayed.
    5. If you want, you can give this 'TEST AGAIN' also or go for the NEXT CHAPTER.
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    1. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    The Chipko Movement in the Himalayas to protect the forest cover was started by

    2. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    The species which are in danger of extinction are called __________.

    3. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Which one of the following is not responsible for the decline in India’s biodiversity?

    4. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    The Himalayan brown bear is an example of:

    5. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Extensive planting of a single commercially valuable species is called:

    6. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    We need to conserve our forests and wildlife:

    7. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Chir Pine plantations in the Himalayas have replaced the:

    8. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Species that are only found in some particular area isolated by geological barriers are called:

    9. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    The forest cover in our country has recently increased due to:

    10. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Which one of the following is NOT a direct outcome of environmental destruction?

    11. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Reserved and protected forests are also referred to as:

    12. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Teak monoculture has damaged the natural forests in:

    13. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Sacred Groves are:

    14. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    The Asian cheetah was declared extinct in India in the year:

    15. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Unclassed forests are mainly found in:

    16. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    The Himalayan Yew is ____________.

    17. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Which of these statement is not is valid reason for the depletion of flora and fauna? (Textbook)

    18. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    Substantial parts of the tribal belts in north-eastern India, have been deforested by:

    19. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    The Buxer Tiger Reserve is seriously threatened by:

    20. 
    [Forest and Wildlife Resources Class 10 Ch.2]
    The Himalayan yew is found in parts of: