Natural Vegetation and Wildlife MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science Chapter 5 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science with Answers Geography

Q1. Number of species founded in our country are:

(i) 1200
(ii) 1500
(iii) 800
(iv) 600

(i) 1200

Q2. Cinchona trees are found in the areas of rainfall more than

(i) 100 cm
(ii) 50 cm
(iii) 70 cm
(iv) less than 50 cm

(i) 100 cm

Q3. Which of the following types of vegetation is common in fertile, level lands?

(i) Cultivated crops
(ii) Forests
(iii) Grasslands
(iv) Mangroves

(i) Cultivated crops

Q4. In which year Wildlife Protection Act was implemented in India?

(i) 1952
(ii) 1962
(iii) 1972
(iv) 1982

(iii) 1972

Q5. The bio-reserve in not included in the world network of biosphere.

(i) Dihang-Dibang
(ii) Manas
(iii) Nanda Devi
(iv) Gulf of Mannar

(i) Dihang-Dibang

Q6. Which one of the following bio-reserves of India is not included in the world network of bio-reserve?

(i) Manas
(ii) Nilgiri
(iii) Gulf of Mannar
(iv) Nanda Devi

(i) Manas

Q7. Which one of the following animals lives in the swampy and marshy lands of Assam and West Bengal?

(i) One-horned Rhino
(ii) Tiger
(iii) Lion
(iv) Elephants

(i) One-horned Rhino

Q8. Most widespread vegetation in India is :

(i) Coniferous forests
(ii) Tropical rainforests
(iii) Tropical deciduous forests
(iv) Mangrove forests

(iii) Tropical deciduous forests

Q9. Name the natrual habitat of Indian lions:

(i) Gir forests
(ii) Tundra Region
(iii) Thorny bushes and scrubs
(iv) Evergreen forest

(i) Gir forests

Q10. The yak, shaggy-horned wild ox and the Tibetan antelope are found in which one of the following regions?

(i) Tibet
(ii) Uttarakhand
(iii) Himachal Pradesh
(iv) Ladakh

(iv) Ladakh

Q11. Dachigam in Jammu and Kashmir is a

(i) Wildlife Sanctuary
(ii) National Park
(iii) Bird Sanctuary
(iv) Reserve Forest

(i) Wildlife Sanctuary

Q12. Which of the following vegetations is supported by wet, marshy deltaic soils?

(i) Mangrove forests
(ii) Evergreen forests
(iii) Montane forests
(iv) Deciduous forests

(i) Mangrove forests

Q13. What is the place of India in the world in terms of plant diversity?

(i) 10th
(ii) 8th
(iii) 9th
(iv) 6th

(i) 10th

Q14. Which term is used to denote animal species of a particular region or period?

(i) Fauna
(ii) Ferns
(iii) Flora
(iv) None of these

(i) Fauna

Q15. Which of the following states of India has the least percentage of its area under forest cover?

(i) Punjab
(ii) Assam
(iii) Himachal Pradesh
(iv) Sikkim

(i) Punjab

Q16. Which of the following types of vegetation grows in wet, marshy soil?

(i) Grasslands
(ii) Mangroves
(iii) Cactus
(iv) Alpine vegetation

(ii) Mangroves

Q17. How many national parks are there in India:

(i) 86
(ii) 106
(iii) 96
(iv) 74

(i) 86

Q18. Which term is used for the original plant cover of an area which has grown naturally?

(i) Garden
(ii) Agriculture
(iii) Virgin Vegetation
(iv) Indigenous species

(iii) Virgin Vegetation

Q19. Which of the following terms is used to denote plants of a particular region or period?

(i) Flora
(ii) Ferns
(iii) Fauna
(iv) None of the options

(i) Flora

Q20. Which of the following types of vegetation grows in the sandy soil of the desert?

(i) Coniferous trees
(ii) Grasslands
(iii) Cactus and thorny bushes
(iv) Mangroves

(iii) Cactus and thorny bushes

Q21. How many species of animals are found in India:

(i) 36000
(ii) 89000
(iii) 47000
(iv) 74000

(ii) 89000

Q22. How do forests influences the climate of a place?

(i) Modify local climate
(ii) Control wind force and temperature
(iii) Cause rainfall
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q23. In which year Wildlife Protection Act was implemented in India?

(i) 1972
(ii) 1952
(iii) 1962
(iv) 1982

(i) 1972

Q24. Which of the following trees is used for treating blood pressure?

(i) Jamun
(ii) Tidal
(iii) Neem
(iv) Sarpagandha

(iv) Sarpagandha

Q25. The number of biosphere sat up in India are:

(i) 12
(ii) 16
(iii) 17
(iv) 36

(i) 12

Q26. Which type of vegetation grows in the sandy soil of the desert?

(i) Coniferous trees
(ii) Grasslands
(iii) Cactus and thorny bushes
(iv) None of these

(iii) Cactus and thorny bushes

Q27. Which of the following forests is found in heavy rainfall areas of the Western Ghats, island groups and upper parts of Assam?

(i) Tropical evergreen
(ii) Tropical deciduous
(iii) Mountain forest
(iv) Tidal forests

(i) Tropical evergreen

Q28. In which of the following states is Dachigam national park located?

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

(i) Jammu and Kashmir

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