What is Endemic Species?
Plants and animals that are endemic to a particular geographic area are called endemic species. Some species are endemic to a certain continent, others to a portion of a continent, while still others are confined to a single island. Endemism can affect big or tiny portions of the planet.
The Indian Lion, which is native to areas of Gujarat and Maharashtra, is one example. As a result, endemic species are those that are unique to a specific region. Species that are extinct are those that are no longer present in any part of the world. The extinct species may be made up of either animals or plants.
Species restricted to a particular area are referred to as? (A) Endemic species (B) Migratory species (C) Endangered species (D) Extinct species
Endemic species are those that are localized to a specific region. Species that migrate are those that travel widely and frequently from one place to another. an animal or plant species that are in danger of going extinct.