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NCERT Class 7 Geography Chapter 6 Extra Questions

1. How is the altitude of land and the character of vegetation related to each other?
Answer: With the change in height the climate changes and that changes natural vegetation.

2. Where are shrubs found?
: Shrubs are found in dry regions.

3. What are the features of tropical evergreen forests?
(1) Dense forests with thick canopies.
(2) No particular dry season and no shedding of leaves. (Evergreen forests)
(3) Hardwood trees.
(4) Ebony, Mahogany, Rosewood, etc. are common examples.

4. Name the trees found in the tropical deciduous forests.
: Sal, teak, neem and shisham.

5. Why are only citrus fruits cultivated in Mediterranean regions?
: It is because people have removed the natural vegetation in order to cultivate citrus fruits.

6. Describe the temperate grasslands.
(1) Found in the temperate zone.
(2) Tall grasses, about 3 to 4 meters.
(3) Moderate rainfall.
(4) Elephants, giraffes, deer, leopards are common animals.

7. Write examples of various types of forests.

Forest TypeExamples of trees
Tropical Evergreen Forests
(Tropical Rainforests)
Ebony, Mahogany, Rosewood
Tropical Deciduous Forests
(Monsoon Forest)
Neem, Shisham, Sal, Teak
Temperate Evergreen ForestsOak, Pine, Eucalyptus
Temperate Deciduous ForestsOak, Ash, Beech
Mediterranean Forests
(Orchards of the World)
Oranges, Figs, Olives, Grapes
Coniferous Forests
(Taiga Forests)
Pine, Chir, Cedar

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