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synonyms for wildlife

  • body
  • existence
  • growth
  • living
  • man
  • person
  • soul
  • survival
  • woman
  • animal
  • animateness
  • animation
  • breath
  • consciousness
  • continuance
  • creature
  • endurance
  • entity
  • essence
  • flesh
  • human
  • individual
  • metabolism
  • mortal
  • organism
  • personage
  • presence
  • subsistence
  • substantiality
  • symbiosis
  • viability
  • vitality
  • flesh and blood
  • human being
  • living being
  • living thing
  • mortal being
  • vital spark
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antonyms for wildlife

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  • abstract
  • concept
  • inanimate
  • death
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How to use wildlife in a sentence

If it doesn’t, you should report the animal to your local wildlife control agency.
ARE COYOTES MOVING INTO YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD?KATHRYN HULICKSEPTEMBER 3, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
“Winter sea ice in this region serves as a critical habitat for unique marine wildlife like Pacific walrus and kittiwakes,” Gaglioti says.
BERING SEA WINTER ICE SHRANK TO ITS LOWEST LEVEL IN 5,500 YEARS IN 2018CAROLYN GRAMLINGSEPTEMBER 3, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
In my view, this contested area will have far more meaning and value as a wildlife refuge in a warming world that is starting to seriously move away from hydrocarbon energy.
THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION OPENED THE ARCTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE TO OIL COMPANIES—BUT NONE MAY BITEBY SCOTT L. MONTGOMERY/THE CONVERSATIONAUGUST 26, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Everywhere we looked — home gardens, parks, agricultural lands, wildlife refuges — pesticides were present.
PESTICIDES CONTAMINATE MOST FOOD OF WESTERN U.S. MONARCHSREBECCA E. HIRSCHAUGUST 17, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
A phenomenon known in wildlife studies as natal dispersal, it is the first — and for many, only — movement from their birthplace.
LEOPARDS ARE INDEED CHANGING THEIR SPOTSEROMO EGBEJULEAUGUST 14, 2020OZY
Wildlife markets and the illegal wildlife trade also bring humans into contact with wild animals and their viruses.
TO PREVENT THE NEXT PANDEMIC, WE MIGHT NEED TO CUT DOWN FEWER TREESJONATHAN LAMBERTJULY 23, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Here are five reasons that people might be running into more wildlife than before.
WHY YOU’RE SPOTTING MORE WILDLIFE DURING COVID-19BETHANY BROOKSHIREJUNE 8, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
She also loved shows hosted by people like wildlife conservationist Jeff Corwin.
#BLACKBIRDERSWEEK SEEKS TO OPEN THE OUTDOORS FOR EVERYONEJONATHAN LAMBERTJUNE 4, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
However, the people who had reported SARS-like or other severe respiratory infections did say they had been exposed to wildlife and livestock.
HOW TO FIND THE NEXT PANDEMIC VIRUS BEFORE IT FINDS USLINDSEY KONKELAPRIL 30, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
In either case, dogs can — and do — endanger local wildlife.
CONSERVATION IS GOING TO THE DOGSALISON PEARCE STEVENSAPRIL 2, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
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