こちらは、「Sea Animals」のAnswer Keyです。
- Answer Key
- starfish 【ˈstɑːrfɪʃ】
- jellyfish 【ˈdʒelifɪʃ】
- coral reef【ˈkɔːrəl riːf】
- sea anemone【ˈsiː əneməni】
- sea urchin 【ˈsiː ɜːrtʃɪn】
- clam 【klæm】
- seashell 【ˈsiːʃel】
- scallop 【ˈskæləp】
- oyster 【ˈɔɪstər】
- shrimp 【ʃrɪmp】
- crab 【kræb】
- hermit crab 【ˈhɜːrmɪt kræb】
- lobster 【ˈlɑːbstər】
- squid 【skwɪd】
- octopus 【ˈɑːktəpʊs】
- dolphin 【ˈdɑːlfɪn】
- killer whale【ˈkɪlər weɪl】
- shark 【ʃɑːrk】
- sea otter 【siː ˈɑːtər】
- sea lion【ˈsiː laɪən】
- seal 【siːl】
- walrus 【ˈwɔːlrəs】
- whale 【weɪl】
: a flat sea creature in the shape of a star with five arms
:a sea creature with a body like jelly and long thin parts called tentacles that can give a sharp sting
coral reef【ˈkɔːrəl riːf】
:a hard substance that is red, pink or white in colour, and that forms on the bottom of the sea from the bones of very small creatures.
:a plant that grows in the sea, or on rocks at the edge of the sea. There are many different types of seaweed, some of which are eaten as food.
sea anemone【ˈsiː əneməni】
:a simple, brightly coloured sea creature that sticks onto rocks and looks like a flower
sea urchin 【ˈsiː ɜːrtʃɪn】
:a small sea creature with a round shell which is covered with spikes
:a small sea fish that swims in a vertical position and has a head that looks like the head of a horse
:a shellfish that can be eaten. It has a shell in two parts that can open and close.
:the shell of a small creature that lives in the sea, often found empty when the creature has died
:a shellfish that can be eaten, with two flat round shells that fit together
:a large flat shellfish. Some types of oyster can be eaten and others produce shiny white jewels called pearls.
:a small shellfish that can be eaten, with a black shell in two parts
:a small shellfish that can be eaten, like a prawn but smaller. Shrimps turn pink when cooked.
: a sea creature with a hard shell, eight legs and two pincers (= curved and pointed arms for catching and holding things). Crabs move sideways on land.
hermit crab 【ˈhɜːrmɪt kræb】
:a crab (= a sea creature with eight legs and, usually, a hard shell) that has no shell of its own and has to use the empty shells of other sea creatures
:an animal like a small lobster that lives in rivers and lakes and can be eaten, or one like a large lobster that lives in the sea and can be eaten
: a sea creature with a hard shell, a long body divided into sections, eight legs and two large claws (= curved and pointed arms for catching and holding things). Its shell is black but turns bright red when it is boiled.
:a sea creature that has a long soft body, eight arms and two tentacles (= long thin parts like arms) around its mouth, and that is sometimes used for food
:a sea creature with a soft round body and eight long arms, that is sometimes used for food
: a sea animal (a mammal ) that looks like a large fish with a pointed mouth. Dolphins are very intelligent and often friendly towards humans.
killer whale【ˈkɪlər weɪl】
:a black and white whale that eats meat
sea otter 【siː ˈɑːtər】
:a small animal that has four webbed feet (= with skin between the toes), a tail and thick brown fur. Otters live in rivers and eat fish.
sea lion【ˈsiː laɪən】
: a large seal (= a sea animal with thick fur, that eats fish and lives around the coast) that lives by the Pacific Ocean
: a sea animal that eats fish and lives around coasts. There are many types of seal, some of which are hunted for their fur.
:an animal like a large seal (= a sea animal with thick fur, that eats fish and lives around coasts), that has two long outer teeth called tusks and lives in Arctic regions