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National Wildlife Week 2023 - Quiz Series - Protected Areas

Welcome to the National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries of India Quiz!

  • Total Questions: 40 multiple choice questions (MCQ), centered around National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in India.
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1. In which state is the Bandhavgarh National Park located?

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2. Bandipur National Park is a part of which larger biosphere reserve?

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3. Which National Park is famous for its saltwater crocodile?

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4. Where is Clouded Leopard National Park located?

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5. Which sanctuary is famous for its Indian Wild Ass or Ghudkhur?

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6. Nagarhole National Park is in which state?

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7. Which wildlife sanctuary is known for its biodiversity and is located in the Western Ghats of Kerala?

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8. Silent Valley National Park is located in which state?

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9. Where is the Namdapha National Park, known for its four big cat species, located?

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10. Which National Park is located in the Zanskar range and is the highest national park in India?

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11. In which state is the Satpura National Park located?

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12. Which National Park is famous for its one-horned rhinoceros?

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13. Which state in India houses the Nameri National Park?

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14. Keoladeo Ghana National Park, a famous bird sanctuary, is also known as?

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15. The Simlipal National Park, known for its waterfalls, is located in which state?

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16. Which state in India has the maximum number of tiger reserves?

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17. Which state has Sariska Tiger Reserve?

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18. Which state has the Rajaji National Park?

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19. The Mollem National Park is located in which state?

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20. Which of the following measures has been a significant focus in the conservation efforts for the Great Indian Bustard in India?

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21. Which National Park is known for its population of Barasingha or swamp deer?

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22. Which National Park is famous for Cullenia exarillata and Lion-tailed Macaques?

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23. The famous Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in which state?

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24. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and renowned for its breathtaking floral display, which National Park is synonymous with a valley blanketed in vibrant flowers?

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25. Hemis National Park, known for snow leopards, is located in which state or UT?

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26. Which National Park is famous for its Royal Bengal Tigers and and mangrove habitat?

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27. The Buxa Tiger Reserve is located in which state?

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28. Which National Park is located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and is known for its marine life?

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29. What is Dachigam National Park famous for?

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30. Which wildlife sanctuary is located in Ladakh and is known for its snow leopards?

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31. In which state is the Little Rann of Kutch located?

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32. Which sanctuary is located in Goa and is known for its variety of bird species?

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33. Which state is home to the Dibru-Saikhowa National Park, known for its feral horses?

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34. In which state is the Tadoba National Park, also known as Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, located?

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35. The Sundarbans National Park is famous for which animal?

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36. Where is the Gir National Park, the only home of the Asiatic lion, located?

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37. In which National Park can you find the endangered species of Sangai deer?

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38. Which National Park is known for its unique floating biomass called 'Phumdis' and is located on Loktak Lake?

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39. Which National Park is known as the 'Jewel of the Eastern Himalayas'?

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40. Which National Park is known as the 'Land of the Roar, Trumpet and Song'?

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National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries of India

India, a land of diverse terrains and rich biodiversity, boasts of numerous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. These protected areas serve as vital habitats for a myriad of flora and fauna, many of which are endemic and critically endangered.

National Parks: Established for the purpose of protecting, propagating, or developing wildlife and its environment, India’s national parks are iconic landscapes that range from the mangroves of Sundarbans in the east to the deserts of Ranthambore in the west, and from the snow-capped peaks of Hemis in the north to the tropical rainforests of Periyar in the south. They offer an immersive experience into the wild, allowing visitors to witness nature’s majesty in its purest form.

Wildlife Sanctuaries: These are areas where animals are protected from any form of external disturbance, like hunting or logging. They often serve as buffer zones to national parks and are equally rich in biodiversity. Sanctuaries in India are home to a vast array of species, including royal Bengal tigers, Indian elephants, one-horned rhinoceroses, and vibrant bird species.

Both these protected areas not only play a critical role in conserving the environment but also promote eco-tourism, allowing visitors to connect with nature and understand the importance of preserving it. Every visit offers a unique and unforgettable experience, revealing the incredible wealth and beauty of India’s natural heritage.