Rain forests of Brazil are known as _________. - Geography

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Rain forests of Brazil are known as _________.

Options

  • Mediterranean forests

  • Lungs of the world

  • World coffee pot

  • Roca

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Solution

Rain forests of Brazil are known as Lungs of the world.

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Chapter 5: Natural Vegetation and Wildlife - Choose the correct option

RELATED QUESTIONS

Select the correct option and rewrite the sentence:

In areas which receive less than 500 mm of rainfall, ---------------- forests
are found


Identify the correct option with the help of the given statement

The leaves of the trees are broad and green
a) Evergreen forests        b) Deciduous forests
c) Thorny forests           d) Himalayan forests


Give geographical reason for the following:

The evergreen rain forests in Brazil are rightly called in ‘Lungs of the world’.


Give geographical reason

The northern part of Brazil is covered by dense forests.


Identify the odd factor.

Indian tree-


Observe the following map and answer the questions given below it.

(1) Name any two forests in Brazil.

(2) Name the Island shown in the map.

(3) In which place do you find crocodiles ?

(4) Where are Tamairin found in Brazil ?

(5) Name the grassland to the southernmost part of Brazil.


Answer the following in detail.

Discuss the vegetation of India in comparison to that of Brazil along with their reasons.


Observe the images shown and discuss on the basis of the following points and answer the following questions

  1. Can you tell the names of the plants/trees shown in the image?
  2. Where have you seen these plants before?
  3. Name the fauna shown in the image.
  4. Where have you see them before?

Identify the odd man out.

With reference to the flora of India-


Match the columns:

(a) Evergreen Forests (i) Sundar trees
(b) Deciduous Forests (ii) Pine
(c) Coastal Forests (iii) Pau Brasil
(d) Himalayan Forests (iv) Khejadi
(e) Thorny and bush-type vegetation (v) Teak
    (vi) Orchid
    (vii) Sal

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