NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Main Course Book Unit 7

Unit 3(A) - The Indian Rhinoceras Class 9

Unit 7 Unit 3(A) - The Indian Rhinoceras Exercise Answers & Summary

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Unit-3 : Solutions of Questions on Page Number : 45

Q1 :  

The Indian Rhinoceros: Where are they? Do they have a future?

We are very materialistic and are often lured into buying and using clothes and articles made from animal parts.

Here's a shopping list that is most shameful........


 

The list seems endless, doesn't it? Are these things not shameful enough to set us pondering deeply over the harm that we are inflicting on nature's creations?

Why is the list 'most shameful'?


Answer :

The shopping list showing variety of products made from animal parts is the most shameful as the consumers of these products are inflicting enormous harm on the animals. The animals whose body parts are used in the making of various products are hunted and killed by the poachers. The poachers sell the body parts of the animals to the manufacturers who in turn produce various consumer goods. Ultimately, it is because of the consumers who demand and buy these products that the animals are killed indiscriminately. So, the list is the most shameful.

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Q2 :  

Punctuate the Following:

the Indian rhinoceros was the first rhinoceros known to europeans rhinoceros comes from the Greek rhino meaning nose and ceros meaning horn the Indian rhinoceros is monotypic there are no distinct subspecies rhinoceros unicornis was the type species for the rhinoceros family first classified by carolus linnaeus in 1758 the Indian rhinoceros was the first rhino widely known outside its range the first rhino to reach Europe in modern times arrived in Lisbon in may 20, 1515 king manual I of Portugal planned to send the rhinoceros to pope Leo x but the rhino perished in a shipwreck.


Answer :

The Indian rhinoceros was the first rhinoceros known to Europeans. Rhinoceros comes from the Greek 'Rhino' meaning nose and 'Ceros ' meaning horn .The Indian rhinoceros is monotypic .There are no distinct subspecies .Rhinoceros unicornis was the type species for the rhinoceros family first classified by Carolus Linnaeus in 1758.The Indian rhinoceros was the first rhino widely known outside its range .The first rhino to reach Europe in modern times arrived in Lisbon in may20,1515.King Manual I of Portugal planned to send the rhinoceros to Pope Leo X but the rhino perished in a shipwreck.

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Q3 :  

As a conservationist, write a report to the World Wildlife Federation, based on A.5. Remember 'CODER'

From: (your name), Conservationist.

To: The Chairman

WWF

(Date)

(Suitable Heading)

(Suitable introduction) e.g. you recently asked me to submit a report on my study of YAK- in particular , their future. The following are my findings and recommendations.

1.The Current problem

2.Reasons why this problem has arisen

3.Effects of the problem

4.Recommendation

5.Conclusion ( suitable ending, including other ideas for increasing YAK population)

Your name

(Conservationist)


Answer :

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