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Week 5 - Unusual achievements, big events, the ani


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audience
a group of people who gather together to listen to something (such as a concert) or watch something (such as a movie or play) : the people who attend a performance
banners
a large strip of cloth with a design, picture, or writing on it
behaviour
the way a person or animal acts or behaves
cage
a box made of wire or metal bars in which people keep animals or birds
carnival
an event where many people gather to celebrate something
chanting
a word or phrase that is repeated in a rhythmic way usually loudly and by a group of people
circus
a traveling show that is often performed in a tent and that typically includes trained animals, clowns, acrobats, etc.
concert
a public performance of music
conservation
the protection of animals, plants, and natural resources
creature
an animal of any type
dedication
a feeling of very strong support for or loyalty to someone or something
demonstration
an act of showing someone how something is used or done
ecosystem
all the living things in an area and the way they affect each other and the environment:
fancy dress
special clothes that you wear to a party where people are dressed to look like famous people, characters, etc.
farm
a piece of land used for growing crops or raising animals
herd
a group of animals that live or are kept together
jungle
a tropical forest where plants and trees grow very thickly
mammal
a type of animal that feeds milk to its young and that usually has hair or fur covering most of its skin
natural habitat
the natural environment in which a species or group of species lives
performance
an activity (such as singing a song or acting in a play) that a person or group does to entertain an audience
role model
someone who another person admires and tries to be like
spectators
a person who watches an event, show, game, activity, etc., often as part of an audience
stamina
great physical or mental strength that allows you to continue doing something for a long time
welfare
a government program for poor or unemployed people that helps pay for their food, housing, medical costs, etc.
wildlife
animals living in nature
annual
happening once a year
domestic
relating to or involving someone's home or family
endangered
used to describe a type of animal or plant that has become very rare and that could die out completely
exhausted
to use all of someone's mental or physical energy
exotic
very different, strange, or unusual
extinct
no longer existing
freezing
very cold
furious
very angry
gorgeous
very beautiful
hilarious
very funny
humble
not thinking of yourself as better than other people
intricate
having many parts
live
done in front of an audience : of or involving a play, concert, etc., that is performed in front of people
marine
related to the sea
native
produced, living, or existing naturally in a particular place
non-native
living or growing in a place that is not the region where it naturally lives and grows
rare
not common or usual
starving
very hungry
talented
having a special ability to do something well
terrifying
very frightening
wild
living in nature without human control or care
cope with a problem
finding ways to solve a problem
cope with a situation
finding ways to solve a problem
decline
to become lower in amount or less in number
disappear
to stop existing
make progress
the process of improving or developing something over a period of time
make a fortune
to earn a lot of money
overcome a problem
to solve a problem
overcome a difficulty
to solve a problem
raise an issue
to make people aware about a problem
raise money
to work to earn money or encourage donations for the benefit of someone, something, or doing something.
set a record
to have a performance or achievement that is the best of its kind
set an example
to behave in a way that other people should copy:
show support
to give encouragement to someone or something because you want him, her, or it to succeed
show interest
to give your attention to something or of wanting to be involved with and to discover more about something
show courage
to behave in a way that is brave
survive
to continue to live
threaten (a species)
to harm something in way that leads to it disappearing
win an award
to receive a reward or prize
win a competition
to achieve victory in a fight, contest, game, etc.