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India has wild life sanctuaries,_________ Biosphere reserves and ________ national parks.

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The National Chambal (Gharial) Wildlife Sanctuary, which is one of the large eco-reserves of the country is co administered by which among the following states?

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Threatened and endangered species are being protected in which of the following ways?
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Differentiate between in situ and ex situ approaches of conservation of biodiversity.

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The tiger is one of the most alert animals. And yet, today Tigers are in danger. What do you think are some of the dangers to tigers in the jungle?

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All Sundarban tigers are

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