Which animal is found in the dry scrub forest region?

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Which animal is found in the dry scrub forest region?

Answer. In India thorn forests are found in the states of Rajasthan,Gujarat in Haryana. Mountain forests are found in the Himalayas and the Nilgiri Hills. The mangrove forests are found in the Ganga Brahmaputra delta.

Where is thorn forest found?

Thorn forests cover a large part of southwestern North America and southwestern Africa with smaller areas in Africa, South America, and Australia. In South America, the thorn forest is sometimes called Caatinga, and consists primarily of small, thorny trees that shed their leaves seasonally.

Q. Where are the thorn forest found in India?

Tropical thorn forests are found in the areas, which receive rainfall less than 50 cm. Tropical thorn forests are found in the areas of south west Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh.

Q. Where do we find Thorn Mountain and mangrove forest in India?

Q. How are the trees of the thorn and scrub forests adapted to survive in the dry areas?

Trees are scattered and have long roots penetrating deep into the soil in order to get moisture. The stems are succulent and thick to conserve water. Leaves are mostly thick and small to minimize evaporation.

This is the habitat of the great Indian bustard and blackbuck, though these and other animals are declining in numbers; this area was at one time home to large numbers of elephants and tigers….

Deccan thorn scrub forests
Conservation
Conservation status critical/endangered
Protected 9,430 km² (3%)

Q. Which of the following is the main plant species of the thorn forests and scrubs?

(iii) Acacia, palms, euphorbias and cacti are the main plant species. (iv) Trees are scattered and have long roots penetrating deep into the soil in order to get moisture. (v) Leaves are mostly thick and small to minimise evaporation. (vi) These forests give way to thorn forests and scrubs in arid areas.

Q. What are scrubs in geography?

scrub vegetation A general term for vegetation dominated by shrubs, i.e. low woody plants, which typically forms an intermediate community between grass or heath and high forest.

Q. What’s the difference between woodland and forest?

~The terms woodland and forest are commonly used interchangeably, and if there is any differentiation, most people see a forest as a remote, dark, forbidding place with a closed, dense canopy, while a woodland is smaller and more open.

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