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少儿英语故事世界真奇妙(兔子)
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导读:世界之大,无奇不有。在地球这个多姿多彩、奇妙美丽的大花园中,生活着各式各样、千奇百怪的可爱动物们。它们生活在地球的不同角落,有的生活在炎热的赤道,有的生活在寒冷的极地。
  我们为小朋友们全新推出的英语故事系列——世界真奇妙,让小朋友们在学习英语的同时,更能开阔眼界、活跃思维。好啦,废话不说,快去看看你喜欢的小动物们都在哪吧!
Bison 野牛 Dolphin 海豚 Polar Bear 北极熊 Rabbit 兔子
Bat 蝙蝠  Cangaroo 袋鼠 Elephant 大象 Giraffe 长颈鹿
Hedgehog 刺猬 Sheep 羊 Skunk 臭鼬 Zebra 斑马
 
 


There are 18 different types (scientists call them species) of rabbits and hares in the world. Some have famous names like "jackrabbit" and "cottontail." The rabbit and hare once were thought to be part of the rodent family (like mice)! But they have four front teeth – most rodents have two.

·I live on all the continents of the world except Antarctica. And although I live in Australia, it's not one of my native homes.
·I can live in all sorts of places with different climates and temperatures. They include plains, forests, snowy areas and even swamps.
·I usually make my home in shallow holes in the ground called burrows. I sometimes might use another animal's burrow instead of digging my own.
·Most people think I'm really cute. I often have large floppy ears, although they can be small and short too. I have a chubby body, short legs and thick, soft fur.
·I normally am shades of brown or gray all over, but my fur also can be white, black or even red.
·I can be less than a foot(10 inches, about 25 centimeters)long to almost 2 feet (20 inches, about 50 centimeters)long from nose to tail.
·I normally am pretty light but can get quite heavy, especially if I'm a pet. I've been known to get as heavy as 15 pounds (almost 7 kilograms).
·I eat a lot of grass and other plants. I'm often known for chewing on the leaves of plants in people's gardens.
·I'm speedy and can hop away from many enemies, especially humans.
·You would see me most often at sundown when it's getting dark. I might be alone or hanging out with friends in a group called a colony.
译文
兔子——地图上涂白色的地方是我的家
有趣的常识:世界上有18种不同类型的兔子(科学家称之为物种)。有些兔子很有名,象“长耳大野兔”和“棉尾兔”。兔子曾被认为属于啮齿类动物(象老鼠一样)!但是它们有四颗门牙,而大部分的啮齿类动物只有两颗。
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