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Discussion Forum : World Geography - Section 1 (Q.No. 10)

The habitats valuable for commercially harvested species are called

coral reefs
sea grass bed
hot spots
None of the above
Answer: Option
No answer description is available. Let's discuss.
15 comments Page 1 of 2.

Sandhya said:   5 years ago
I think coral reef is the correct answer.

Kirti said:   6 years ago
Sea grass beds are use commercially as they are rich source of protein and minerals just like mushrooms are grown commercially from waste as they contain high amount of protein.

Akhil Gopalan said:   7 years ago
The answer should be hot spots.

BHUGULU MAJHI said:   7 years ago
What does the meaning of harvest?

Priyadarsini pradhan said:   7 years ago
I don't know the meaning of sea-grass bed. Please describe it clearly.

Sahil singhania said:   8 years ago
After the coral reef die, their bone skeleton is hard and remain on the roof. And new coral is born for bone.

Amit Nayak said:   9 years ago
Most of the coral reefs are found in the Great barrier reef Australia.

Sana said:   9 years ago
Coral reefs is equally valuable I guess.

Rohan v khadke said:   10 years ago
Coral reefs have more diversity so it is more valuable for habitat.

Neelima said:   10 years ago
Why not coral reefs?

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