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VOCABULARY:
Animals

antelope

beaver

(castor)

bee

beetle

bobcat


(gato
montés)

bull

bu4erfly

calf
(pl.
calves)

dromedary

  (camel)

dromedary

  (camel)

cat
(ki4y)

caterpillar

 (oruga)

chick

chipmunk

squirrel

cockroach

cow

crab

crocodile

deer

dog
(puppy)

dolphin

donkey

dove
/dʌv/

(pronounced

 as
in
“son”)

duck

(duckling)

eagle

elephant


/ˈel.ɪ.fənt/

flamingo


(pl.
flamingoes/
   flamingos)

fly

fox

frog

toad

giraffe

goat

goose


(pl.
geese)

gorilla

greyhound

(grizzly)
bear

guinea
pig

 
/ˈgɪn.i/


hedgehog

 (erizo)

porcupine

(puerco
espín)

hen

hippo(potamus)


/ˌhɪp.əˈpɒt.ə.məs/

horse

  (stallion)

(fem.
mare)

pony

ladybird
(UK)

ladybug
(US)

lamb

leopard


(“o”
is
silent)

lion


(fem.
lioness)

lizard

monkey

mouse


(pl.
mice)

mule

ox
(buey)

(pl.
oxen)

octopus

ostrich

o4er
(nutria)

owl

panther

penguin

pig
(piglet)

pigeon

rabbit

(bunny)

raccoon

(mapache)

reindeer

rhino(ceros)

 
/ˈraɪ.nəʊ/

rooster
(US)

 cock
(UK)

seagull

shark

sheep
(pl.
sheep)

 A
flock
of
sheep

skunk

(mofeta)

slug

snail

spider

swan

Jger

tortoise

turtle

vulture

walrus

(morsa)

wasp

whale

wolf


(pl.
wolves)

zebra

groundhog

(marmota)

grasshopper

ant

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  1. 1. VOCABULARY:
Animals

  2. 2. antelope

  3. 3. beaver
 (castor)

  4. 4. bee

  5. 5. beetle

  6. 6. bobcat

 (gato
montés)

  7. 7. bull

  8. 8. bu4erfly

  9. 9. calf
(pl.
calves)

  10. 10. dromedary
 (camel)

  11. 11. dromedary
 (camel)

  12. 12. cat
(ki4y)

  13. 13. caterpillar
 (oruga)

  14. 14. chick

  15. 15. chipmunk

  16. 16. squirrel

  17. 17. cockroach

  18. 18. cow

  19. 19. crab

  20. 20. crocodile

  21. 21. deer

  22. 22. dog
(puppy)

  23. 23. dolphin

  24. 24. donkey

  25. 25. dove
/dʌv/
 (pronounced
 as
in
“son”)

  26. 26. duck
 (duckling)

  27. 27. eagle

  28. 28. elephant
 
/ˈel.ɪ.fənt/

  29. 29. flamingo

 (pl.
flamingoes/ flamingos)

  30. 30. fly

  31. 31. fox

  32. 32. frog

  33. 33. toad

  34. 34. giraffe

  35. 35. goat

  36. 36. goose

 (pl.
geese)

  37. 37. gorilla

  38. 38. greyhound

  39. 39. (grizzly)
bear

  40. 40. guinea
pig
 
/ˈgɪn.i/


  41. 41. hedgehog
 (erizo)

  42. 42. porcupine
 (puerco
espín)

  43. 43. hen

  44. 44. hippo(potamus)

 /ˌhɪp.əˈpɒt.ə.məs/

  45. 45. horse
 (stallion)
 (fem.
mare)

  46. 46. pony

  47. 47. ladybird
(UK)
 ladybug
(US)

  48. 48. lamb

  49. 49. leopard

 (“o”
is
silent)

  50. 50. lion

 (fem.
lioness)

  51. 51. lizard

  52. 52. monkey

  53. 53. mouse

 (pl.
mice)

  54. 54. mule

  55. 55. ox
(buey)
 (pl.
oxen)

  56. 56. octopus

  57. 57. ostrich

  58. 58. o4er
(nutria)

  59. 59. owl

  60. 60. panther

  61. 61. penguin

  62. 62. pig
(piglet)

  63. 63. pigeon

  64. 64. rabbit
 (bunny)

  65. 65. raccoon
 (mapache)

  66. 66. reindeer

  67. 67. rhino(ceros)
 
/ˈraɪ.nəʊ/

  68. 68. rooster
(US)
 cock
(UK)

  69. 69. seagull

  70. 70. shark

  71. 71. sheep
(pl.
sheep)
 A
flock
of
sheep

  72. 72. skunk
 (mofeta)

  73. 73. slug

  74. 74. snail

  75. 75. spider

  76. 76. swan

  77. 77. Jger

  78. 78. tortoise

  79. 79. turtle

  80. 80. vulture

  81. 81. walrus
 (morsa)

  82. 82. wasp

  83. 83. whale

  84. 84. wolf

 (pl.
wolves)

  85. 85. zebra

  86. 86. groundhog
 (marmota)

  87. 87. grasshopper

  88. 88. ant

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