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Biodiversity and its Importance
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Biodiversity: Losses and Their Causes

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Spot out the zone of our country considered as the hot spot of biodiversity and regarded as the 'Cradle of Speciation'.

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Wild Life of nature is renamed as

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Which one of the following is not biodegradable?

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Which one of the following is endangered member of flora?

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Write short notes on the following.
IUCN Red List

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All of the following are included in 'Ex-situ conservation' except

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The term biodiversity is related to 

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Which of the following environmentalists first gave the concept of biodiversity hotspots?

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Which of the following statement for biosphere reserve is incorrect?

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Given below are a few statements related to biodiversity. Pick those that correctly describe the concept of biodiversity.

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