Ch- Natural Vegetation and WIldlife

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GeographySecondary Education

This lesson contains 26 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 2 videos.

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Describe the video through a adjective

Slide 3 - Open question

Expected Learning Outcomes
1)  Define  Biological Diversity and Natural Vegetation and it's types
2)  Define Wildlife

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What does the following term means: Biological environment?

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                 Biological Environment
 the natural biological factors  (such as wild animals and plants or bacteria) that affect human life. 

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Natural Vegetation
Natural Vegetation refers to the different plants, shrubs, trees etc.  that grow naturally in an area. Plants growing in a man made park or lawn are not natural vegetation.

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Natural Vegetation
 Natural vegetation of a region depends on it's climate, topography and soil. Temperature and rainfall are two important climatic factors that determine plant life in a region

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What are some factors upon which the Natural Vegetation depends?

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Wildlife refers  to different animals living in a particular area. Natural Vegetation determines the kind of wildlife in an area.  any Change in natural vegetation brings a change in the wildlife too.

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Now I can-: Define Biological Diversity and Natural Vegetation and it's types
Define Wildlife
Strongly agree

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Expected Learning Outcomes
1) Define Forests

2) Compare and contrast between tropical evergreen and tropical deciduous forests

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Large tracts of land covered with trees and undergrowth are called forests. They are found where temperature and rainfall is high. They can be classified in different types.

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What are forests?

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Tropical Evergreen Forests
The tropical wet evergreen forest in India is usually found in areas receiving more than 200 cm of rainfall and having a temperature of 15-30 degrees Celsius.
They occupy about 7% of the earth’s surface.
They are found mostly near the equator.
They have sparse undergrowth interspersed with clearings
They have a scarce presence of litter (organic matter settling on the ground)
These forests are dense and multi-layered.
They harbor many types of plants and animals.

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The forests constitute an important part of the environment and ecology.
These trees are an important component of the Forest Biology and ecosystem, that helps to promote life in the ecosystem. This allows the plants and animal life to harmonize and live with one another in absolute peace.

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List any three characteristics of Tropical Evergreen Forests

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Where is Tropical evergreen forests found?
Myanmar, India, Africa
Myanmar, Zaire Basin, Amazon Basin
Malaysia, Indonesia, America
None of the above

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Amount of Rainfall in these forests is
Less rainfall
very less rainfall
Heavy rainfall
No rainfall

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