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Title: City Critters: Wild Animals Live in Cities, Too


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City Critters Wild Animals Live in Cities, Too
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biologist
Biologist person who studies how people, other
animals, or plants live and grow.
  • Charles Nilon, a biologist for the Kansas
    Department of Wildlife and Parks explains,Any
    animal that you see is not a pet, that doesnt
    depend on people taking care of it, is a wild
    animal.

Mr. Jackson is a biologist, a person who studies
how people, or other animals, or plants live and
grow.
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skyscraper
skyscraper very tall building found in the city
The flags on the skyscraper waved in the wind.
  • He talked about the skyscraper geese.

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urban
urban having to do with the city or city life
  • David Tylka is an urban biologist- a scientist
    who studies wildlife in cities.

There are many large farms in the countryside,
but not in the urban areas.
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migrating
migrating moving from one place to another,
usually when the seasons
change.
  • Theyre like islands of green space where
    migrating birds will stop, he says.

Migrating geese fly south in the winter.
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migrating
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laboratories
  • About fifteen years ago, scientists began trying
    to save the peregrine falcon by raising baby
    falcons
  • in laboratories and releasing them in the wild.

Many scientists work in laboratories, places
especially equipped to do experiments.
laboratories places where scientific studies
and experiments are done.
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observation
  • Stephen Pedland, a biologist in Seattle,
    Washington, says careful observation- and a look
    at a few bird and animal guides- can make a
    difference.

It takes careful observation to spot a
grasshopper on a leaf.
observation watching and looking, being careful
to notice details.
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