Studying diverse animals and plants in Forest – Our Life – Class 7 Science Experiment

Chapter Name: Forest – Our Life

Activity Name: Studying diverse animals and plants in Forest – Our Life

Activity Description:

The experiment focuses on exploring the diverse range of animals and plants that inhabit the forests in the students’ state. By forming groups and engaging in discussions, students will analyze and understand why there is variation in the types of animals and trees found in different forest ecosystems.

Required Items:

  • Reference materials about local forests, their biodiversity, and ecosystems.
  • Notebooks and pens for recording observations and discussions.

Step by Step Procedure:

  1. Divide the students into small groups and provide them with the necessary reference materials.
  2. Instruct each group to discuss and research the various animals and plants that are typically found in the forests of their state.
  3. Encourage the students to consider factors such as climate, geography, and soil composition that influence the distribution of flora and fauna in different forest regions.
  4. Each group should document their findings and observations about the diversity of animals and plants in the forests.
  5. After the discussion, ask each group to present their findings to the class.

Experiment Observations:

  1. Students will observe that different types of forests in their state, such as tropical rainforests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, and mangroves, house a wide variety of animals and plants. They may discover that specific animals and plants have adapted to the unique conditions of each forest type.


  1. Students should use reliable and credible sources of information for their research.
  2. Encourage respectful and inclusive discussions within the groups, appreciating the diversity of opinions and ideas.

Lesson Learnt from Experiment:

Through this activity, students will learn that the biodiversity in forests is a result of complex interactions between various environmental factors. They will gain an understanding of how different ecosystems support different life forms and the importance of preserving these diverse habitats for the overall health of our planet.

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