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Speech ant (noun)

an insect that lives in large, organized groups called colonies. Most kinds of ants live in or on the ground. Ants are related to bees and wasps

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Speech bat (noun)

a small mammal that flies. Bats have small bodies and large wings covered with skin. Most bats eat at night, when they use sound to find and catch flying insects. Bats are found in most parts of the world. There are around one thousand kinds of bats. Their wingspans range from less than two inches to more than five feet. Some kinds of bats live in large colonies that roost in caves or in a section of forest

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Speech dream (noun)

a series of pictures or visions that a sleeping person experiences

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Speech elephant (noun)

an enormous mammal with a very long nose called a trunk. Elephants have curved tusks, huge, floppy ears, and four long, thick legs. Elephants use their trunks to pick up food, drink water, or lift things

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Speech lie (verb)

to be in or place oneself in a flat or resting position

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Speech lung (noun)

one of two organs in the chest that are used in breathing. Lungs are found in mammals, birds, reptiles, and some other animals. They bring oxygen to the body and get rid of carbon dioxide

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Speech mammal (noun)

a warm-blooded animal with fur or hair on its skin and a skeleton inside its body. Mammal mothers produce milk to feed their babies. Most mammals have four legs or two arms and two legs. Dogs, cows, elephants, mice, whales, and humans are all mammals

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Speech pound (noun)

a unit of weight equal to 16 ounces or 453.592 grams.

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Speech single (adjective)

only one

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Speech weigh (verb)

to have a particular amount of weight