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Question 1: From the state capital of ________, Agumbe can be reached by taking NH-4 till Tumkur, then NH-206 till Shimoga and then NH-13 to Thirthahalli (a total distance of about 380 km.).
Bugle RockBangaloreBengaluru PeteKrishnarajapura

Question 2: On a clear day, one can see the sun setting over the ________ though the sea is at quite a distance from Agumbe.
Laccadive SeaPalk StraitIndian OceanArabian Sea

Question 3: [1] It is also the home of the Agumbe Rainforest Research Station, the only permanent rainforest research station in ________.
Research and Analysis WingLok SabhaIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementIndia

Question 4: Agumbe is near the town of ________ which lies on the National Highway NH-13.
ShivamoggaThirthahalliShivamogga districtKarnataka

Question 5: The main goal of the research station is to study and conserve the rainforests of South India, using ________ as the flagship species.
Naja atraKing CobraSnakeElapidae

Question 6: [2] The renowned herpetologist, Romulus Whitaker called Agumbe the capital of ________.
Naja atraElapidaeSnakeKing Cobra

Question 7: Being a part of Malnad and ________, Agumbe and its surroundings are rich in biodiversity.
Western GhatsAnaimalai HillsCardamom HillsKonkan

Question 8: In the ________ language, "Onake" means a pounding stick which is used to pound grains in villages.
Telugu languageTamil languageMalayalamKannada language

Question 9: One of the main goals of this research is to help the state of ________ establish the world’s first King Cobra Sanctuary.

Question 10: Some of the species of plants found here are Garcinia, Myristica, Litsea, ________, Holigarna, Eugenia and Ficus.
Diospyros sandwicensisPersimmonDiospyrosDiospyros texana


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