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Distribution of water bodies
What about Earth allows it to maintain bodies of water?
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What percentage of water is fit for human consumption from the total water available?
A)0.006
B)0.06
C)0.6
D)6
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Which water body separates Australia from New Zealand?
A. Cook Straits
B. Megellan
C. Tasman Sea
D. Great Barrier Reef

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What is a waterspout?
(A) A rotating body of water formed by whirlwind
(B) Water transported through pipeline
(C) Water source from underground
(D) Water collected from rain
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The water body to the east of India is_____.
A. Arabian Sea
B. Bay of Bengal
C. Dead Sea
D. Caspian Sea

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Chandra and Bhaga the two streams join to form ______ river.
A. Jhelum
B. Indus
C. Ravi
D. Chenab

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Which is the largest saltwater lake in India?
A. Chilika
B. Sambhar
C. Bhimtal
D. Wular

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From which river has the Rajasthan canal (Indra Gandhi canal) been taken out?
(A) Ravi
(B) Chambal
(C) Sutlej
(D) Beas
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The canals of Kerala state are ___________.
a.Canals of Nagarjunasagar irrigation works
b.Canals of Rampadsagar irrigation works
c.Canals of Mangalam irrigation scheme
d.Canals of Meter irrigation scheme
Biology
Distribution of water bodies
Why do swallows near water bodies?
A. Constant flying makes them thirsty.
B. They cannot store water in their short, wide bills.
C. They love to skim over cool water as they form acrobatics.
D. A large number of insects are found there.
Social science
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Why is the Nirmal Gram Puraskar awarded and to whom?
Social science
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India is surrounded by water bodies on three sides and land on the other; therefore it is a:
A. Continent
B. Sub-continent
C. Peninsula
D. Island
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