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The navy ship was put on ____ after an ice storm was reported in the area. prey alert predators vibrates
alert – noun – a heightened sense of watchfulness for possible danger
The pitcher was _____ for a ball when the runner tagged the base. predators vibrates lunging species
lunging – verb – making a sudden forward movement.
Lions and wolfs are natural ______ who hunt smaller animals for food. predators species surroundings survive
predators – plural noun – animals that live by preying on or hunting and eating, other animals
Nature films often show lions hunting their ________. survive prey alert predators
prey – noun –any animal hunted or killed by another animal for food.
German shepherds belong to one _____ and wolves belong to another. vibrates lunging species surroundings
species – noun – a group of animals or plants that have many characteristics in common
The cabin had beautiful _________ flowers, plants and a nearby lake. surroundings survive prey alert
surroundings – plural noun – the objects, influences or conditions of a place
One must know how to find food and shelter to _______ in the woods. species surroundings survive prey
survive – verb – to live and be active through and after an event
The cell phone _____instead of making a loud ring when someone calls. alert predators vibrates lunging
vibrates – verb – moves back and forth or up and down very fast
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