wildlife

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪldla‍ɪf/ ]
[ US /ˈwaɪɫdˌɫaɪf/ ]
NOUN
  1. all living things (except people) that are undomesticated
    chemicals could kill all the wildlife
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How To Use wildlife In A Sentence

  • The popular beauty spot is home to a variety of wildlife including birds and types of bats.
  • Such changeable weather can pose problems for wildlife. Times, Sunday Times
  • Simply inserting the word "conservation" in the pesticide label and slightly watering down the percentage of the active ingredient, brodifacoum, does not make this rodenticide safe for wildlife, nor will it make it any less persistent. Maggie Sergio: The Proposal to Poison a Wildlife Refuge
  • Wildlife Watching Supplies stock a wide range of materials, olive green or camouflage pattern, lightweight, medium and heavy weight, showerproofed polycotton and waterproof nylon.
  • On a sunny summer day one can be overwhelmed by the abundance of the wildlife. Times, Sunday Times
  • So who is to blame -- hunters, wildlife managers, hikers, developers?
  • Beyond affecting the humans and wildlife that call the area home, the Arctic's warmer temperatures and decreases in permafrost, snow cover, glaciers and sea ice also have wide-ranging consequences for the physical and biological systems in other parts of the world. Arctic is warming, NOAA report says
  • Outdoor or extensively reared pigs that may be exposed to wildlife are at a greater risk of contracting trichinellosis from wildlife sources (6). ThePigSite - Global Pig Industry News Feeds
  • The lead found in captive condors and released condors with low levels in their blood had isotope ratios similar to lead found in dead livestock and wildlife that had not been killed by hunters.
  • The human population in the region is expanding in inverse proportion to the wildlife.
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