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Welcome To To My Presentation My Presentation It is About INDIA!
India's National Animal is the tiger, the tiger is a very ferocious beast. They are very shy and they are one of the most endangered animals. It is the largest out of the four biggest cats and weighs up to 300 kg (660 pounds) It is a member of Felidae family. Tigers have a lifespan of 10-15 years in the wild but can live longer than 20 years in captivity. Tigers can reach up to 3.3m (11ft) in length!
The National Bird of India is a Peacock also known as a Peafowl. It is a large and brightly coloured bird from the Pheasant Family. One of the Peacocks predators is the tiger you will have heard about them on the previous page. They are mainly on the ground of open forests or cultivation where they forage for berries, grain but will also prey on snakes, lizards or other little rodents.
India's National Flower is the Lotus Flower. it's petals are usually a beautiful pink. Under favourable circumstances its seeds shall remain viable for many years, with the oldest recorded lotus germination being from that of seeds 1,300 years old recovered from a dry lake-bed in North-eastern China! Here is a sketched Mehndi Hand and it has a Lotus Flower in the middle.
The Indian National Tree is the Banyan Tree. The seeds of the Banyan are Dispersed by fruit eating birds. The Seeds germinate and send down Roots towards the ground, and may Envelop part of the host tree or building Structure with their roots, giving them The casual name of the Strangler Fig.
India's National Fruit is...well, I've Supposed you had guessed! Anyway, its a MANGO! The Mango is from the Anacardiaceae Family, strange word, isn't it? In several cultures its fruit and Leaves are ritually used as floral Decorations at Weddings, public Celebrations and religious ceremonies.
India's National Sports is Hockey. The Indian Men's Hockey Team is the Most successful Hockey Team in Olympic History 8 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals! Here are some Indian Hockey Teams!
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