i. Gir forest in Gujarat is the home of Asiatic lions.
ii. Elephants and one-horned rhinoceroses roam in the forests of Assam.
iii. The peacock is our national bird.
iv. Cold Weather Season remains from December to February.
i. During the south west monsoon period, the moisture laden winds blow from sea to land. True
ii. Coastal places like Mumbai and Kolkata experience extreme climate. False
iii. The tiger is our national animal. True
iv. Tropical deciduous forest is found in dry areas of the country. False
Ans. Trees in mountain region are conical in shape.
Ans. Small plants are called bushes.
Ans. The world's highest rainfall occurs in Mawsynram.
Ans. These forests can survive in saline water.
Ans. Wild goats and snow leopards are found in Himalayan region.
Ans. Tropical deciduous forests are also known as monsoon forests.
Ans. Hot and dry winds blow during the day in summer is called loo.
Ans. Mahogany and rosewood trees are found in tropical evergreen forests.
Ans. On hot day sunny day we like to eat or drink cold things.
Ans. We wear woollen clothes when we feel cold.
Ans. Jaisalmer in Rajasthan receives least rainfall.
Ans. Tropical rain forests occur in the areas which receive heavy rainfall.
Ans. The climate of India has broadly been described as Monsoon type.
Ans. The roots of the plants bind the soil; thus, they control soil erosion.
Ans. Jaisalmer and Bikaner in the desert of Rajasthan are very hot.
Ans. Drass and Kargil in Jammu and Kashmir are freezing cold.
Ans. When it is very windy and chilly, we would like to have something hot to eat.
Ans. We have special programmes like Van Mahotsav to involve more people in making our earth green.
Ans. Sundari is a well-known species of trees in mangrove forests after which Sunderbans have been named.
Ans. Weather refers to day to day changes in the atmosphere such as changes in temperature, rainfall and sunshine etc.
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