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In India, in which one of the following types of forests is teak a dominant tree species?
(a) Tropical moist deciduous forest
(b) Tropical rain forest
(c) Tropical thorn scrub forest
(d) Temperate forest with grasslands

Answer:

A

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Explanation:

Tropical moist deciduous forests are characterized by a combination of trees that shed their leaves during the dry season and trees that remain evergreen. These forests are found in regions with a pronounced dry season and receive a moderate amount of rainfall. Teak (Tectona grandis) is a prominent and commercially valuable tree species found in these forests, known for its high-quality timber.

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