Forest and Wildlife Resources MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Georgraphy Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science India and the Contemporary World Part- Geography

Q1. The Himalayan yew is:

(i) an insect
(ii) a medicinal plant
(iii) a mammal
(iv) a bird

(ii) a medicinal plant

Q2. Which one of the following was launched in 1973 ?

(i) Project Tiger
(ii) Indian Wildlife Act
(iii) Wildlife Act
(iv) Wildlife Protection Act

(i) Project Tiger

Q3. The Indian Wildlife Act was implemented in:

(i) 1961
(ii) 1971
(iii) 1962
(iv) 1972

(iv) 1972

Q4. How many tiger reserves are there in India:

(i) 10
(ii) 15
(iii) 27
(iv) 29

(iii) 27

Q5. The diverse flora and fauna of the planet are under great threat mainly due to :

(i) Global Warming
(ii) Lack of water availability
(iii) Insensitivity to our environment
(iv) Increasing pollution

(iii) Insensitivity to our environment

Q6. The Asian cheetah was declared extinct in India in the year:

(i) 1951
(ii) 1952
(iii) 2010
(iv) 1975

(ii) 1952

Q7. Which one of the following is an endangered species of Manipur?

(i) Blue Sheep
(ii) Asiatic Buffalo
(iii) Cattle
(iv) Sangai (brow anterdeer)

(iv) Sangai (brow anterdeer)

Q8. The Himalayan yew is a medicinal plant found in various parts of:

(i) Punjab and Haryana
(ii) Jammu and Kashmir
(iii) Punjab and Himachal Pradesh
(iv) Himachal Pradesh and Arunachal Pradesh

(iv) Himachal Pradesh and Arunachal Pradesh

Q9. Teak monoculture has damaged the natural forests in:

(i) Ganga Plain
(ii) South India
(iii) Brahmaputra Plain
(iv) None of the above

(ii) South India

Q10. In which year, the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act was implemented ?

(i) 1970
(ii) 1971
(iii) 1972
(iv) 1974

(i) 1970

Q11. Substantial parts of the tribal belts in north¬eastern India, have been deforested by:

(i) Shifting cultivation
(ii) Mining
(iii) Infrastructure development
(iv) None of the above

(i) Shifting cultivation

Q12. The species that are not found after searches of known or likely areas where they may occur” are known as:

(i) Normal Species
(ii) Vulnerable Species
(iii) Extinct Species
(iv) Rare Species

(iii) Extinct Species

Q13. The Bua Tiger Reserve is in the state of:

(i) Rajasthan
(ii) Bihar
(iii) Uttar Pradesh
(iv) West Bengal

(iv) West Bengal

Q14. The Asian cheetah was declared extinct in India in the year:

(i) 1951
(ii) 1952
(iii) 2010
(iv) 1975

(ii) 1952

Q15. Which one of the following is located in West Bengal ?

(i) Corbett National Park
(ii) Sundarbans National Park
(iii) Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
(iv) Bandhangarh National Park

(ii) Sundarbans National Park

Q16. The forest cover in our country has recently increased due to:

(i) Increase in natural forest growth
(ii) Increase in net sown area
(iii) Plantation by different agencies
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Plantation by different agencies

Q17. The species which are in danger of extinction are called:

(i) Vulnerable species
(ii) Rare species
(iii) Endangered species
(iv) Normal species

(iii) Endangered species

Q18. Which one of the following is a great achievement of the Chipko Movement ?

(i) More trees are planted
(ii) Development in Himalayan region
(iii) Successfully resisted deforestation
(iv) Soil erosion get declined.

(iii) Successfully resisted deforestation

Q19. Unclassed forests are mainly found in:

(i) All north-eastern states and parts of Gujarat
(ii) Kerala and Tamil Nadu
(iii) Punjab and Haryana
(iv) West Bengal and Bihar

(i) All north-eastern states and parts of Gujarat

Q20. The Beej Bachao Andolan was started in:

(i) Tehri
(ii) Bhakra
(iii) Punj
(iv) none of the above

(i) Tehri

Q21. Sariska wildlife sanctuary is located in which state?

(i) Rajasthan
(ii) Uttar Pradesh
(iii) Gujarat
(iv) West Bengal

(i) Rajasthan

Q22. Which of the following conservation strategies do not directly involve community participation?

(i) Joint forest management
(ii) Beej Bachao Andolan
(iii) Chipko Movement
(iv) Demarcation of Wildlife Sanctuaries

(iv) Demarcation of Wildlife Sanctuaries

Q23. At least 10 percent of India’s recorded wild flora and 20 percent of its mammals are on the:

(i) Extinct list
(ii) Endangered list
(iii) Threatened list
(iv) Vulnerable list

(iii) Threatened list

Q24. Which of the following is an extinct species?

(i) Blue sheep
(ii) Asiatic cheetah
(iii) Black buck
(iv) Asiatic elephant

(ii) Asiatic cheetah

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