Quiz 139 : World Geography

1.

Which line marks the boundary of the zone where the Sun never sets during June solstice and never rises during December Solstice?

[A] Antarctic Circle
[B] Arctic Circle
[C] Tropic of Cancer
[D] Tropic of Capricorn

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2.

Haematite & Magnetite are ______?

[A] Iron Ores
[B] Copper Ores
[C] Manganese Ores
[D] Zinc Ores

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3.

In Polar Tundra regions, which animal is used to get fur by nomadic Eskimos?

[A] Caribou
[B] Bear
[C] Walrus
[D] None of the above

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4.

Among Jharkhand, West Bengal and Orrisa & Chhattisgarh , through which state the “Subarnrekha” river does not flow?

[A] Jharkhand
[B] Odisha
[C] Chattisgarh
[D] It flows in all states

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5.

Which among the following is not true regarding igneous rocks?

[A] They are formed inside earth under great pressure
[B] They don’t occur in layers and don’t contain fossils
[C] They are mostly Crystalline in nature
[D] All are correct

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6.

Which among the following example is a right combination?

[A] Marble : Metamorphic Rock
[B] Basalt : Intrusive Igneous Rock
[C] Slate : Extrusive Igneous Rock
[D] All are correct

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7.

What is the correct decreasing order of sizes of different soil sizes of Sand, Gravel, Clay & Silt?

[A] Gravel, Sand,Silt, Clay
[B] Silt, Sand, Gravel Clay
[C] Gravel, Silt, Sand , Clay
[D] Clay,Gravel, Silt, Sand ,

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8.

Pastoral Farming is usually related to ________?

[A] Cereal Crops
[B] Grazing for livestock
[C] Integrated farming
[D] Pulses

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9.

The largest producer of rubber is_________ ?

[A] Thailand
[B] Malaysia
[C] Singapore
[D] India

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10.

Savannas are __________

[A] Temperate Grasslands of Africa
[B] Temperate Grasslands of South America
[C] Tropical Grasslands of Africa
[D] Tropical Grasslands of South America

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  • Naveen
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    Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in the world

  • Anonymous
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    An equinox happens each year at two specific moments in time (rather than two whole days), when there is a location on the Earth's equator where the centre of the Sun can be observed to be vertically overhead, occurring around March 20/21 and September 22/23 each year.

    but sir here is ans is sep 23, plz clarify