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The Story of Three Whales Unit 2 Kindness Story 6 By Mrs. Nailon
lurk To hide in or about a place To hide in or about a place Electric eels lurk under pitch-black overhangs of rock. Electric eel snake
surface To rise to the top of any liquid To rise to the top of any liquid Whales surface to breathe air.
trudged Walked or marched with great effort Walked or marched with great effort The man trudged slowly through the mud.
plight A bad condition or situation A bad condition or situation Everyone read about the terrible plight of the whales.
invincible Impossible to defeat Impossible to defeat The undefeated soccer team was invincible!!
ordeal Something that is difficult to do Something that is difficult to do Challenge Challenge The hard science test was an ordeal.
Pack-ice Ice frozen thick on top of water Ice frozen thick on top of water Thick pack-ice spread out from the shore and its shadow fell over the whales.
plunging diving diving The herd of whales were plunging and rolling, leaping and belly- flopping off the north coast of Alaska.
Inuit Alaskan Indian Alaskan Indian An Inuit hunter passed and saw the trapped whales.
Ice-poles Poles used to make holes in the ice. Poles used to make holes in the ice. People used axes, chainsaws, and ice-poles to make breathing holes for the whales.
Sky-crane Concrete torpedo Ice breaker
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