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"Rattlers"

Rdg Unit 2 Week 2 Vocabulary

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Lunging: Making a sudden forward movement.Example: The pitcher was lunging for the ball when the runner tagged the base.
Predators: Animals that live by preying on, or hunting and eating, other animals.Example: Lions and wolves are natural predators who hunt smaller animals for food.
Prey: Any animal hunted or killed by another animal for food. Example: Nature films often show lions hunting down their prey.
Alert: A heightened sense of watchfulness for possible danger.Example: The navy ship was put on alert after an ice storm was reported in the area.
Surroundings: The objects, influences, or conditions of a place.Example: The cabin had beautiful surroundings: flowers, plants, and a nearby lake.
Vibrates: Moves back and forth or up and down very fast. Example: The cell phone vibrates instead of making a loud ring when someone calls.
Survive: To live and be active through and after an event.Example: One must know how to find food and shelter to survive in the woods.
Species: A group of animals or plants that have many characteristics in common.Example: German shepherds belong to one species, and wolves belong to another.
Created by: mrsthompson