Answers To Quiz Of The Month

Correct answers to quiz on tiger

No one got all the correct answers for the tiger quiz. However four members got 9/10. Congratulations to Amitabh Agarwal( amitabhag1@rediffmail.com)Poonam Singh ( poonam@ranthambhore.com) M.Sandeep ( lobo69@indiatimes.com)and Jyotsana ( vijrathi@ndb.vsnl.net.in). We have a new quiz on 'APES' which is online now. So hurry up and attempt it!!

Correct answers are written in red.

1. The official estimate of tiger population in India is,
O 3000-4000 9000-10,000 500-600
'Project Tiger' was launched in India in the year,
O 1989 O 1950 O 1973
3.In India we have ---------number designated tiger reserves.
9 23 13
4. The Javan and Bali tigers are now
O extinct O endangered O threatened
5. Recently, in Valmiki tiger resrve in Bihar, the forest staff staged a walk out and went on a fast unto death because,
O a tiger had attacked one of them O they had not received salaries for fourteen months O authorities had suspended a staff worker.
6. In Sunderbans man-eaters have been attacking forest permit holders. The maximum casualities during '75-'85 were found to be
O fishermen O honey collectors O wood cutters
7. The Ranthambhore Foundation which aims to restore the relative harmony that once existed between the forests and those who lived around them, was founded by
O Fatheh Singh Rathore O Valmik Thapar O Billy Arjan singh
8. Among the following reasons which one is most responsible for decline in tiger populations
O poaching O scattered and small populations O loss of prey
9. Out of the three prey animalsmentioned below, the most preferred prey of the tiger is,
O wild boar O cheetal deer O rhesus monkey
10. The last recorded white tiger in the wild was in 1951, in ,
O Uttar Pradesh O Bengal O Madhya Pradesh
This month we have put on line a quiz on Apes. The first two all correct answers attempted online before 7th of January will get special gifts.Click here for quiz on Apes

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