Magoosh Comics: Reviewing Animal Words

In my last post, I introduced life science words. As I mentioned, these words go well with Lucas’ animal words. Today, I’m going to review the animal words Lucas introduced you to. Again, I’ll give you a short definition for each word and some mnemonic pictures to make the definitions memorable.

Population: The number of animals or people in a given area, or a specific group of people or animals.

Habitat: A specific place where a plant, animal, or other organism lives.

Migrate: The movement of an animal or group of animals for a specific purpose.

Thrive: To live a long time and have many children.

Predator: An animal that hunts, kills, and eats other animals.

Prey: An animal that is hunted, killed, and eaten by a predator.



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