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Exercise "Himalayas and environment", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
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Question 1 passed: 87.2 %
The Himalayas,the world's * mountain range,
Question 2 passed: 57.7 %
may soon hold another record: it * become home to the greatest density of dams in the world.
Question 3 passed: 56.8 %
More than a thousand are * already operating,
Question 4 passed: 54 %
* construction or
Question 5 passed: 64.4 %
* planned in northern India,Nepal and Bhutan.
Question 6 passed: 64 %
* providing clear energy,
Question 7 passed: 55.7 %
they could improve control and access to * water.
Question 8 passed: 49.6 %
* they will also pose a serious threat to indigenous species.
Question 9 passed: 83.9 %
Another recent study suggests the dams will be bad news * many of the Himalayas' 300 species of fish.Jay Bhatt and colleagues at the University of Delhi studied distribution of fish species
Question 10 passed: 56.9 %
in 16 Himalayan rivers, * found that the richest in biodiversity,with the greatest number of endemic species,were also those where dams will be concentrated.
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