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Natural Resources, Forests, Wildlife and National Park in Bengaluru Division part 1

Bengaluru DivisionForests of India and World

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Introduction to Administrative Division of Karnataka
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History of the Freedom Fighters of Bengaluru Division
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Natural Resources, Forests, Wildlife and National Park in Bengaluru Division part 2
8 min
Agriculure, Industries, Education and Health in Bengaluru Division part 1
10 min
Agriculure, Industries, Education and Health in Bengaluru Division part 2
11 min
Cultural Resources, Art, Literature, Folklore in Bengaluru Division
9 min
Districts of Bengaluru Division
18 min
Tropical Evergreen Forests in India
8 min
People in Rainforests
10 min
Types of Forests in India
5 min
Conservation of Forests and Wildlife in India
10 min
Forests, Wildlife and National Parks in Mysuru Division
18 min
Natural Resources, Forests, Wildlife and National Parks in Belagavi Division
9 min
Natural Resources, Forests, Wildlife and National Parks in Kalaburagi Division
9 min
Mixed Forests, Grasslands and Shrubs of Karnataka
6 min
Evergreen Forests and Deciduous Forests in Karnataka
6 min
Natural Resources - Forests
9 min
Conservation of Forests and Wildlife Resources
10 min
Tropical and Temperate Forests
10 min

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Some statements are given below: Which of the above statements are true?
Mangrove forests are found in some delta regions in India.
Coniferous forests are found in tropical regions of India.
Date palms are a part of desert vegetation.
Evergreen forests are very dense forests.

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The Vidhanasoudha building was built during whose tenure as the Chief Minister of Karnataka ?

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In India, which type of forest among the following occupies the largest area?

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Which place is known for Information Technology and Biotechnology industries?

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Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists:
List I 
(Region)
List II
(Vegetation)
A. Selvas1. Conifers
B. Savannas2. Mosses and Lichens
C. Taiga3. Epiphytes
D. Tundra4. Grasses and trees

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Teak, Green heart, Mahogany, Ebony and Logwood are likely to be found in _____________.

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Arrange the following states in decreasing order of their total area under forest cover:
1. Jharkhand
2. Chhattisgarh
3. Arunachal Pradesh
4. Madhya Pradesh
Select the correct answer using the code given below:

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Consider the following States of India in terms of percentage of forest area in relation to the total area of the State:
1. Karnataka
2. Odisha
3. Kerala
4. Andhra Pradesh
Which one of the following is the correct descending order?

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Which Revenue division of Karnataka has the maximum districts?

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These trees are massive and can grow to a height of 50-84 m with a circumference of 20-30 ft. The wood was used mainly for shingles and fence posts or even for making matchsticks. The largest of them is called the 'General Sherman' which is located in California. Which trees are we talking about?

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