Distinguish between

(i) Flora and Fauna

(ii) Tropical Evergreen and Deciduous forests

 

Asked by Shivani Kumari | 2 years ago |  361

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Solution :-

(i) Plant species of a particular region are called flora and animal species of a particular region are called fauna.

(ii) Tropical Evergreen Forests:

1. They are called rain forests.

2. No definite time for trees to shed leaves.

3. Rainfall is more than 200 cm.

Tropical Deciduous Forests:

1. They are called Monsoon forest.

2. Trees shed leaves for about six to eight weeks in dry summer.

3. Rainfall range is between 200 cm to 700 cm.

Answered by Vishal kumar | 2 years ago

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