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- Have you seen a wild animal?
- Do you think you are friendly to the environment?
- population /pop-yuh-LEY-shuhn/
- discover /dih-SKUHV-er/
- harmful /HAHRM-fuhl/
- observe /uhb-ZURV/
- wildlife /WAHYLD-lahyf/
[noun] – all the people or animals of a particular type or group who live in one country, area, or place
The elephant population is declining.
[noun] – to find information, a place, or an object, especially for the first time
The scientists finally discovered a cure for the disease.
[adjective] – causing or likely to cause harm
You must re-heat your food to avoid any harmful bacteria.
[verb] – to watch carefully the way something happens or the way someone does something, especially in order to learn more about it
The doctors are observing the side effects of the vaccines.
[noun] – animals and plants that grow independently of people, usually in natural conditions
South Africa is known for its rich wildlife.
True or False:
- Japan was hit by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake in 2011.
- The nuclear trouble mentioned in the article happened in Osaka, Japan.
- More than 100,000 people left the areas near the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
- Scientists from the University of Georgia have collected photos of more than 20 animals in the said areas.
- This study, according to the scientists, observes the individual radiological effect on each animal in the said areas.
Fill in the blanks:
- Researchers _________ traces of ancient society in the city.
- His doctor warned him against the ________ effects of smoking.
- Scientists have warned against the decreasing _______ of Japanese sea lions.
- The storm caused damage to ________.
- The doctor told him to ________ any allergic reaction after taking the medicine.