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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #48710: Wild animals
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    Wild animals

       Wild Animals

    The lion:Le lion

     The Lion is also known as the 'King of Animals', and lives in grasslands and savannas from South Sahara to South Africa and some remain in India.

    The female is called The Lioness. It does most of the huntings, and captures its prey with precise and complex work.

    The Tiger:Le Tigre

      The tiger is one of the most dangerous and powerful animals in the world. Lives in the Eastern and Southern of Asia. The tiger grasps its prey and gives it a quick bite to the neck which suffocates the animal. A female tiger is called The Tigress.

    The Leopard:Le léopard 

     The Leopard lives in Africa, Asia from the Middle East to Siberia and Southeast. Leopards prey on everything from large to small mammals, to birds and even fish; leopard hunts its prey mainly at night, and has an easy supply of energy.

    A female leopard is called leopardess.

    The Black Panther:La Panthère Noire

     Like the Leopards, The Black Panthers live in grasslands to dense jungles and mountains, mainly in  Southwestern China, and other parts of Southern India. They prey on everything. Panthers are not necessarily black, but may also be  coloured; tawny, spotted or white. 

    The Cheetah: Le Guépard

     The Cheetah lives in South and East Africa, and some may remain in the Middle East. Cheetahs are the world's fastest terrestrial mammals. The cheetah does most of its hunting during the day.

    The Snow Leopard: Le Léopard de neige

      The Snow Leopard lives in central Asia from northwestern China to Tibet and the Himalayas mountains. Snow leopards are solitary and  hunt alone, preying on mammals and birds.

     The Wolf:Le loup

     Wolves and most larger dogs share identical locations.Wolves are able to tread easily on a wide variety of terrains, especially snow. The Wolf is highly adaptable, lives in forests, deserts, mountains, grasslands and even in urban areas.

     The Bear: L'ours

      The Bear has a large body with stocky legs, a long snout and shaggy hair, also a short tail. Laws have been passed in many areas of the world to protect bears from the hunters.

    The Crocodile: Le Crocodile

     Crocodiles are ambush hunters, waiting for fish or land animals to come closer, then rushing out to attack. The Crocodile can survive long periods without food. The large species of crocodiles are very dangerous to humans and other animals. We can find crocodiles in many parts of the world mainly in South-east Asia and Africa. 

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    1. is also called the king of animals.

    2. The female lion is called ; it does most of the hunting.

    3. The word is taken from the Greek word 'tigris'.

    4. take their preys up in the trees, out of reach of lions and other animals.

    5. are not necessarily black, but may also be normally coloured,spotted or white.

    6. can run nearly 70 miles per hour over short distances. It's the word's fastest terrestrial mammal.

    7. are adapted to life in the high, rugged mountains, and harsh terrain.

    8. The dog and share identical locations and many other common things.

    9. In many parts of the world, have been hunted for their meat and fur.

    10. The word comes from the ancient greek word ' crocodiilos'.

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