Long Answer Question,
Q1: Explain deforestation and its effects on plants, animals, soil and environment.
Ans: Deforestation means clearing the forest or stands of trees, and using that land for other purposes. Following are the main causes of deforestation
Q2: What do you mean by conservation of forests and wild life? Highlight all possible measures taken to conserve our forests and wild life.
Ans: The government lays down various rules, methods and policies for protection and conservation of wild life. Government are focussing on wildlife sanctuaries, national park, and biosphere reserves for conservation of plants and animals present in that area.
Q3: Why we should save papers?
Ans: About seventeen full grown trees are required to produce one tonne of paper. Paper can be recycled around five to seven times for use. We should save, reuse and recycle paper to save not only trees but also to save the energy, water and chemicals used to make paper. Thus we should save papers to save plants and to save our planet from getting imbalanced.
Q4: How could we contribute to the maintenance and survival of green wealth of our society?
Ans: By planting more and more trees, by taking care of plants and trees growing in and around our society. By making people aware of the importance of trees and encouraging them to plant more and more trees, by making people aware of the harmful effects of deforestation. We should also water the plants for their proper growth.
Q5: What is the reason behind migration behaviour shown by some birds?
Ans: Migration is the behaviour of animals of flying in far away areas every year during a particular time because of change in climatic condition. Birds fly for laying eggs as weather in their natural habitat is not suitable for their survival and for laying eggs; such birds are called migratory birds, like S Flamingos, Siberian Cranes and Night heron.