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A successful forest conservation strategy should involve


A

protection of animals at the highest trophic level

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B

protection of only consumers

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C

protection of only herbivores

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D

a comprehensive program to protect all the physical and biological components

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Solution

The correct option is D

a comprehensive program to protect all the physical and biological components


The correct option is D.

Explanation for Correct option:

  1. Living elements are classified based on their function in the ecosystem.
  2. They are classified as primary producers, vegetarian, non-vegetarian, and omnivorous.
  3. Each of these living components forms a trophic layer.
  4. Primary producers are present at the bottom of the food pyramid which is the first trophic layer.
  5. Vegetarian animals are present at the second trophic level and carnivores are present at the higher trophic level.
  6. All the components of the ecosystem are connected to each other by the food chain.
  7. Vegetarians are animals that use plants for their energy.
  8. Carnivores are animals that feed vegetarians.
  9. Omnivores are animals that feed on other animals as well as plants.
  10. If the ecosystem is to be protected, the strategy must protect all living and non-living things.
  11. If only a few components of the ecosystem are protected, imbalances will be created.

Final answer: A successful forest conservation strategy should involve a comprehensive program to protect all the physical and biological components.


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