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English Documentary on Bears with Transcript & Flashcards

English Documentary on Bears with Transcript & Flashcards to perfect your reading and listening abilities and expand your academic and scientific vocabulary Source of documentary: National Geographic YouTube Channel Source of image: https://en.wikipedia.org/ Listening comprehension Watch this video on YouTube Reading comprehension Beasts of the jungle In a sleepy forest, twigs snap underfoot. A wanderer stirs in

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7 comments on “English Documentary on Bears with Transcript & Flashcards”

    • I agree with you, Soroosh. This is not fair to exploit these poor creatures and torture them to have fun.
      And about your question on why bears love honey so much, I refer you to my reply to Armaghan’s comment right down below.

  1. It is fascinating how nature has diversified animals during billions of years and how interesting and practical this diversification works. It also demonstrates how meddling of human in nature badly harm it and at the same time, can lead to human own disadvantages.

    • That’s right. A great deal of animals are losing their habitats due to the destructive activities of humans, such as habitat fragmentation, deforestation, global warming, over-population, and various types of pollutions.

  2. Polar bears are fascinating creatures. They’re carnivorous and extremely huge compared to the other species of bears. However, unfortunately these animals are terribly endangered.

    • Having an insatiable thirst for honey might be rooted in a high volume of energy that bears typically need, especially when they go through hibernation during the cold seasons.

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