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01. Many [species] of plants and animals are endangered due to pollution.
02. Oak and arbutus trees are protected [species] here in Victoria.
03. Bongos are a [species] of ape which look like small chimpanzees.
04. There is a [species] of black bear in British Columbia which sometimes produces young cubs which are white in color.
05. Many great whales are now on the endangered [species] list.
06. Many [species] of plants in the Amazon forest provide medicines which are very helpful to man.
07. At French Beach, you can see at least 3 or 4 different [species] of crabs.
08. Somerset Maugham once said that love is only a dirty trick played on us to achieve continuation of the [species].
09. There were many different [species] of starfish living on the beach that we visited with my biology class.
10. In the Marxist view, we must eat in order to survive; hence, the first activity of our [species] must be economic.
11. More than 1,800 [species] of fish are known to inhabit the Amazon River.
12. Of the 4000 [species] of mammals on the planet, there are 900 different [species] of bats.
13. The mineral content, porosity, and general makeup of human bone is nearly identical to some [species] of South Pacific coral.
14. Some [species] of rainforest birds migrate every summer from South America to the U.S. to breed.
15. Seaweed is a general term for more than 20,000 [species] of sea plants living in the world's oceans and seas.
16. Specimens of almost every seashell [species] from the Indian Ocean wash up on Mozambique's beaches.
17. Human beings are the only [species] capable of laughter, and the average adult does so approximately 17 times per day.
18. Africa is now widely recognized as the birthplace of the human [species].
19. By around 100,000 years ago, several [species] of hominids populated the Earth.
20. Scientists estimate the present number of [species] living in the world's oceans at 230,000, with hundreds of new life-forms being discovered every year.

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  • Species — Spe cies, n. sing. & pl. [L., a sight, outward appearance, shape, form, a particular sort, kind, or quality, a species. See {Spice}, n., and cf. {Specie}, {Special}.] 1. Visible or sensible presentation; appearance; a sensible percept received by …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Species — • In scholastic terminology, species is the necessary determinant of every cognitive process Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Species     Species      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Species II — Título Especies II (Hispanoamérica) Especie Mortal II (España) Ficha técnica Dirección Peter Medak Dirección artística Mark Zuelzke …   Wikipedia Español

  • Species — Título Species, Especie Mortal Ficha técnica Dirección Roger Donaldson Producción Dennis Feldman Frank Mancuso Jr …   Wikipedia Español

  • Species — (lat. „Anblick“, „Gestalt“, „Erscheinung“) ist: eine Spielfilm Reihe, bestehend aus: Species (Film) (1995) Species II (1998) Species III (2004) Species IV – Das Erwachen (2007) ein numismatischer Begriff, der z. B. im Speciesthaler vorkommt und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • SPECIES — apud incertum Auctorem MS. in Periegesi Orbis rom. His similiter et Seleucie civitas optima, quae et ipsa omnia, quae veniunt, praedictae ANtiochiae offert, et Fiscales Species et Privatas vox est ICtis notissima, quibus idem sonat, quod… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • species — [spē′shēz, ] also [ spē′sēz] n. pl. species [L, a seeing, appearance, shape, kind, or quality < base of specere, to see: see SPY] 1. a distinct kind; sort; variety; class [a species of bravery] 2. Obs. outward form, appearance, or mental image …   English World dictionary

  • species — (n.) 1550s, a classification in logic, from L. species kind, sort, originally appearance, sight, a seeing, related to specere to look at, to see, behold, from PIE *spek (see SCOPE (Cf. scope) (1)). Biological sense is from c.1600. Endangered… …   Etymology dictionary

  • SPECIES —         (лат.) вид. Философский энциклопедический словарь. М.: Советская энциклопедия. Гл. редакция: Л. Ф. Ильичёв, П. Н. Федосеев, С. М. Ковалёв, В. Г. Панов. 1983. SPECIES …   Философская энциклопедия

  • Specĭes — (lat.), 1) Gestalt, Anblick, äußeres Ansehen, Beschaffenheit, Begriff; 2) einzelne Art (s.d. 3) als Unterabtheilung eines Geschlechts (s. Genus 3) od. einer Gattung (s.d. 2); 3) (Grundrechnungen, Grundoperationen), die vier allen übrigen zum… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Species [2] — Species, Speciesthaler, der alte Reichsthaler, harte Thaler, von dem Brustbilde (species) so genannt; der österr. S. = 2 fl. C. M. = 1 Thlr. 12 Sgr., der dän. und norweg. S. = 2 Rthlr. = 1 Thlr. 15 Sgr. 5 Pf., der schwed. S. = 1 Thlr. 16 Sgr. 2… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon


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