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English Documentary on Ichthyosaurs with Transcript & Video

English Documentary on Ichthyosaurs with Transcript and Video to practice reading and listening comprehension in real context and expand your scientific and academic vocabulary in real context with illustrated flashcards and interesting documentaries Source of documentary: National Geographic YouTube Channel Listening comprehension Watch this video on YouTube Reading comprehension Ichthyosaurs or dominant sea monsters While dinosaurs

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6 comments on “English Documentary on Ichthyosaurs with Transcript & Video”

  1. Really it is an amazing and question raising documentary. How big and how sophisticated is the universe and how different species with amazing and complex qualities have extincted and replaced each other.

    • That’s totally right. Antediluvian or prehistoric creatures like ichthyosaurs were genuinely awe-inspring. This documentary made me think that the universe around us was, is, and will be utterly splendid and remarkable.

      these species have extincted = have become extinct

    • You’re right about our encounter with those creatures. But did you forget that these creatures were beasts and monsters, and most of them, like ichthyosaurs, were carnivores. As a result, if they were alive, they could be a serious threat to us.

    • Right. Life at those prehistoric times was so different mainly because a great deal of gigantic monsters and beasts used to roam around.

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