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The Cheetah in India Quiz Answers: Historically, Asiatic cheetahs had a very wide distribution in India, extending from Gujarat through Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, and Odisha in the south until Tamil Nadu. Today, the cheetah is the only top predator in India that has been eradicated. Despite being an essential component of India’s ecosystem, poaching and habitat destruction led to the cheetah’s extermination from the nation in 1952. Cheetahs are the fastest land animals in the world, capable of reaching speeds of up to 70 mph (113 km/h).According to the Red List of Threatened Species maintained by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, there are only 7,000 cheetahs left in the wild globally. The world’s greatest cheetah population is found in Namibia.

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• Prize for winner: INR 5000/-

• Second prize for Runner up: INR 3000/-

• Third prize for Second runner up: INR 2000/-

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The ‘Cheetah In India’ Quiz

To raise people’s awareness of cheetahs, the Indian government created the “Cheetah in India” quiz. Students can test their knowledge about Cheetahs by taking a  look at, The Cheetah in India Quiz Answers.

Q1. The Cheetah name is derived from which language?

  •  Urdu
  •  Sanskrit
  •  Hindi
  •  None of above

Answer- Hindi

Q2. What is the gestation period of cheetahs?

  •  103 – 112 days
  •  90 – 95 days
  •  70 – 73 days
  •  106 – 114 days

Answer –  90 – 95 days

Q3. India has been divided into the following number of biogeographic zones?

  •  13
  •  12
  •  10
  •  11

Answer – 10

Q4. What are the threats faced by the grassland animals?

  • Powerlines
  • Overgrazing
  • Pesticides
  • All of the above

Answer – All of the above

Q5. What kind of sounds do cheetahs make?

  •  Chipping
  •  Chirping
  •  Buzzing
  •  Mewing

Answer – Mewing

Q6. The state bird of Bihar is _________

  •     House sparrow
  •     Indian roller
  •     Asian Koel
  •     Northern goshawk

Answer- House sparrow

Q7. Cheetahs hunt during which time of the day?

  •  daytime
  •  evening
  •  both daytime and evening
  •  Nighttime

Answer –  Both daytime and evening

Q8. How can you tell a jaguar from a leopard?

  •  Jaguars weigh less than leopards.
  •  Jaguars have longer legs than leopards.
  •  Jaguars have a longer tail than leopards.
  •  Jaguars have spots inside the rosettes on their backs.

Answer – Jaguars have spots inside the rosettes on their backs.

Q9. Where is Kuno-Palpur National Park Situated?

  •  Uttar Pradesh
  •  Maharashtra
  •  Madhya Pradesh
  •  D. Karnataka

Answer – Madhya Pradesh

Q10. Where in India is the Udhuwa Lake Bird Sanctuary?

  •  Odisha
  •  Chattisgarh
  •  Karnataka
  •  Jharkhand

Answer –  Jharkhand

The ‘Cheetah In India’ Quiz – Terms and Conditions

  • The Ministry of Environment, Forestry & Climate Change is in charge of organizing the quiz.
  • Only those who qualify to enter may participate in the Cheetah Quiz. Any resident of Indian descent who is 10 years of age or older may enter. A valid ID and age proof are necessary.
  • If the winner is a minor, only ONE legal guardian needs to accompany him or her. A document of identity and legal relationship to the minor must be carried by the guardian.
  • Your name, email address, phone number, and postal address must be provided. You agree that your contact information may be used for the quiz’s purposes by providing it.
  • An entry cannot be revoked after being submitted.
  • A participant may only enter once. Multiple entries from the same participant will be disregarded and not taken into consideration.
  • Organizers disclaim all liability for entries lost, received late, incomplete, or not delivered owing to technical failures or other errors beyond their reasonable control. Please be aware that proof of entry submission does not imply proof of entry receipt.
  • The Ministry of Environment, Forestry & Climate Change disclaims all liability for any loss or damage sustained during the delivery of the winning winners’ checks.
  • Cheques cannot be transferred.
  • It is not possible to exchange or redeem cheques for cash. No claim for cash may be made in place of cheques. If a contest winner decides not to take the cheques, he or she waives all rights to the cheques.
  • Each day at 5:00 PM, the Quiz winners will be revealed. Within three days following the announcement of the results, each winner will be contacted by phone or at the email address they supplied with their entry.
  • Until a winner is chosen and can be contacted, the prize will be forfeited if the winner cannot be reached within three working days of the result announcement. A replacement winner will then be chosen from the remaining valid entries in accordance with the above procedure.

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