Ch – 7 Amazing Animals

Q.1: An area in which a particular animal naturally lives, eats, grows and reproduces is called __________________. a) habitat b) surroundings c) adaptations Q.2: ___________ are large areas which that contain variety of trees and other plants. a) Forests b) Deserts c) Polar regions Q.3: ____________ makes animals hard to spot and protects them fromContinue reading “Ch – 7 Amazing Animals”

The Southern Plateau ( Part 2 )

In this part, we will learn about the remaining states which are located in the southern plateau. Tamil Nadu: Capital – Chennai Important cities – Thanjavur, Salem, Madurai Crops – rice, cotton, groundnuts Tourist attractions – Meenakshi Temple, Mahabalipuram, Rameshwaram Temple National Parks – Mudumalai, Annamalai Minerals – Vermiculite, Dunite, Rutile Manorama Year Book 2021Continue reading “The Southern Plateau ( Part 2 )”

The Southern Plateau ( Part 1 )

The Southern Plateau of India is triangular in shape. It is surrounded by Aravalli Hills in the north-west and Rajmahal Hills in the north-east. It is bordered by Eastern Ghats in the east and Western Ghats in the west. It is divided into two parts by the Satpura Hills and Narmada River. The two partsContinue reading “The Southern Plateau ( Part 1 )”

Structure Of The Atom ( Part 1 )

Q.1: In 1886, E. Goldstein discovered the presence of new radiations in a gas discharge and called them ___________. a) canal rays b) electrons c) atoms Q.2: J. J. Thomson was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1906 for his discovery of ____________. a) protons b) electrons c) neutrons Q.3: ________’s atomic theory suggestedContinue reading “Structure Of The Atom ( Part 1 )”