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Which one is the correct pair?

The Caspian Tiger is indeed an extinct species. The Bali Tiger and Javan Tiger are also extinct, but the specific correct pair among the given options is the Caspian Tiger as an extinct species. The Bali Tiger and Javan Tiger are not correctly categorized in the options.
For which animal sunderbans is declared as a National Park?

The Sundarbans National Park is primarily known for being a habitat of the Bengal Tiger. It is one of the largest reserves for the Bengal Tiger and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Among the recently extinct animal, Quagga is of which taxon?

The Quagga was a subspecies of the plains zebra, which makes it a mammal. It is an extinct species that once lived in South Africa.

which of these is not included under the "evil quartet"?

The 'evil quartet' refers to four major causes of species extinction which include habitat destruction, over-exploitation, alien species invasions, and co-extinctions. Coevolution is not part of this quartet.
Which rock species of Western Ghat is extinct due to quarrying?

No explanation available.

The thickness of ozone layer is measured in terms of 

The thickness of the ozone in a
column of air from the ground to the top of the
atmosphere is measured in terms of Dobson
units (DU).

Which animal is remnant gene pool in the world?

The Asiatic wild ass (Equus hemionus) is considered a remnant gene pool, meaning it represents a small and isolated population of a species that once had a much wider distribution. It is crucial for conservation efforts to protect such species to maintain genetic diversity.
Animals and plants are used as a food that means

No explanation available.

Which is the example of ex-situ conservation? (Orissa-2002)

Zoo is an example of ex situ conservation while other three are examples of in situ conservation 

Which type pf information is obtained form Red-list? (Kerala-2002)

The Red List, maintained by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), provides information on endangered plants and animals. It assesses the conservation status of species and highlights those at risk of extinction.
Which is true for wild life conservation? (CPMT-2002)

Wildlife conservation involves both ex-situ and in-situ conservation methods. Ex-situ conservation refers to the preservation of species outside their natural habitats, such as in zoos or botanical gardens. In-situ conservation refers to the protection of species within their natural habitats, such as through the establishment of protected areas like national parks.
Which is the main cause of extinction of wild life? (CBSE-1999)

The primary cause of the extinction of wildlife is the destruction of habitat. When natural habitats are destroyed due to human activities such as deforestation, urbanization, and agriculture, species lose their homes and sources of food, leading to decline in their populations and eventually extinction.
At which place animals and plants are most protected?

National parks are areas that are strictly protected for the conservation of wildlife and their habitats. They provide a safe environment where plants and animals can live and reproduce without the threat of poaching, habitat destruction, or other human disturbances.
For which animal Gir National Park is famous? (BV-2001)

Gir National Park, located in Gujarat, India, is famous for being the last natural habitat of the Asiatic Lion. The park is dedicated to the conservation of this endangered species and is the only place in the world where Asiatic Lions can be found in the wild.
Which one is protected in national park? (Maharashtra CET-2008)

In a national park, both plants and animals are protected. National parks are designated areas aimed to conserve the natural environment and biodiversity, including flora and fauna.