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1. Bear /beər/: Gấu
E.g: They saw a bear while they were running.
2. Chimpanzee /tʃɪmpənˈzi/: Hắc tinh tinh
E.g: Common characteristics of motor patterns were observed across the tasks between both infant chimpanzees and 1-year-old infants.
3. Elephant /ˈelɪfənt/: Voi
E.g: Measures must be taken to protect the world's depleted elephant population.
4. Fox /fɑːks/: Cáo
E.g: The hunt chased the fox until it was too tired and weak to run and then closed in for the kill.
5. Giraffe /dʒɪˈrɑːf/: Hươu cao cổ
E.g: The giraffe was killed with a spear that had been tipped with poison.
6. Hippopotamus /ˌhɪpəˈpɑːtəməs/: Hà mã
E.g: A notable exception to the above generalization is the hippopotamus, which grazes on swamp vegetation and causes considerable damage to trampled plants by its enormous body weight.
7. Jaguar /ˈdʒæɡjuər/: Báo đốm
E.g: One vulture stands on the back of a jaguar; the animal beneath the other vulture is not preserved.
8. Lion /ˈlaɪən/: Sư tử
E.g: I tell of Hercules'twelve labors, like the nemean lion, the apples of the hesperides, the belt of hippolyta with its buxom naked Amazons and exciting bondage.
9. Porcupine /ˈpɔːrkjupaɪn/: Nhím
E.g: Damage to immature plants by rodents and porcupine was also recorded at some locations.
10. Raccoon /rækˈuːn/: Gấu mèo
E.g: In our analysis, the monthly counts of raccoons testing positive were associated with the risk of a cat testing positive.
11. Rhinoceros /raɪˈnɒsərəs/: Tê giác
E.g: In other words, they enacted (5a) non-causatively, moving the elephant by itself, and enacted (5b) causatively, making the rhinoceros push the beetle.
12. Squirrel /ˈskwɜːrəl/: Sóc
E.g: Captive agoutis and squirrels readily ate larvae when presented without the surrounding endocarp, and preferred larvae to seeds.
13. Crocodile /ˈkrɒk.ə.daɪl/: Cá sấu
E.g: You can appease and appease crocodiles, but eventually they will swallow you up.
14. Alligator /ˈæl.ɪ.ɡeɪ.tər/: Cá sấu (Mỹ)
E.g: There are sharks in the water, alligators on the island, and a hidden explosive in the boat.
15. Bat /bæt/: Dơi
E.g: Where possible the presence of fruit bats was confirmed visually, with the aid of a torch, or sunlight directed by a small mirror.
16. Deer /dɪər/: Hươu
E.g: The simplest explanation for the association is that these bones belonged to parts of deer carcasses deposited with the burial as grave goods.
17. Wolf /wʊlf/: Chó sói
E.g: In the silence of the night, a lone wolf howled.
18. Beaver /ˈbiːvər/: Hải ly
E.g: A dog died during surgery after being bitten by a beaver in 2010 at University Lake in Alaska, where a number of unprovoked attacks against pets were recorded.
19. Chipmunk /ˈtʃɪpmʌŋk/: Sóc chuột
E.g: Interestingly, the reservoir potential of eastern chipmunks appears to differ from region to region.
20. Dolphin /ˈdɒlfɪn/: Cá heo
E.g: There was no program for the labeling of shrimp products which are turtle friendly, as is the case with dolphin friendly tuna.
21. Shark /ʃɑːk/: Cá mập
E.g: We could see the fin of a shark as it slowly circled our boat.
22. Whale /weɪl/: Cá voi
E.g: Whales were sighted occasionally and the boats were lowered on several occasions, but no whales were taken.
23. Swordfish /ˈsɔːdfɪʃ/: Cá kiếm
E.g: An exception is the swordfish, reported here to be parasitized by this species at a relatively high level.
24. Walrus /ˈwɔːlrəs/: Hải mã
E.g: Most of the dated archaeological finds are bone or tusk fragments, but a few are artefacts made of walrus tusk.
25. Penguin /ˈpeŋɡwɪn/: Chim cánh cụt
E.g: For both voyages samples of penguin guano had profuse growth.
26. Turtle /ˈtɜːtl/: Rùa
E.g: In the turtle visual system, color opponency is found in the first synapse between cones and horizontal cells.
27. Antelope /ˈæn.tɪ.ləʊp/: Linh dương
E.g: In consequence of this, small antelopes may often be seen within the bungalow enclosures.
28. Bee /biː/: Con ong
E.g: My arm swelled up where I was stung by a bee.
29. Cobra /ˈkoʊbrə/: Rắn hổ mang
E.g: Aponomma flavomaculatum is seen also on snakes, especially cobras and pythons.
30. Camel /ˈkæməl/: Lạc đà
E.g: Moreover, the intricacies of herding camels, horses, donkeys, cattle, sheep and goats are simply alluded to in passing, without being investigated.
31. Scorpion /ˈskɔːrpiən/: Bọ cạp
E.g: You held out your hand for an egg, and fate put into it a scorpion.
32. Hedgehog /ˈhedʒ.hɒɡ/: Nhím (kiểng)
E.g: In other words, if a fox only sees other foxes, does it begin to act like a hedgehog?
33. Zebra /ˈzebrə/: Ngựa vằn
E.g: We share more genes with them than zebras do with horses.
34. Moose /muːs/: Nai sừng tấm
E.g: Winter ticks on moose and other ungulates : factors influencing their population size.
35. Donkey /ˈdɔːŋki/: Con lừa
E.g: The last few kilometres had to be covered on donkeys, along a path made almost impassable by the winter rain.
36. Bison /ˈbaɪsn/: Bò rừng
E.g: It is a species that occurs in the abdominal cavity of cattle, buffalo, bison, yak and various species of deer, but rarely in sheep.
37. Llama /ˈlɑːmə/: Lạc đà không bướu
E.g: I have already mentioned llamas, but elephants, deer, rats and goats can all be affected by foot and mouth disease.
38. Jellyfish /ˈdʒel.i.fɪʃ/: Sứa
E.g: Will he stop acting like a quivering jellyfish?
39. Octopus /ˈɑːktəpəs/: Bạch tuộc
E.g: In this study, we localized cytoskeletal and signaling proteins in octopus photoreceptors to determine their concurrence between the lighting conditions.
40. Pufferfish /ˈpʌfərfɪʃ/: Cá nóc
E.g: Species studied include vertebrates with no evidence of imprinting, such as chicken and pufferfish, as well as a number of mammalian species including human, mouse, chimp and dog.
41. Squid /skwɪd/: Mực ống
E.g: Studies of parasites as tags for marine invertebrates have concentrated on squid.
42. Starfish /ˈstɑːrfɪʃ/: Sao biển
E.g: Egg-jelly signal molecules for triggering the acrosome reaction in starfish spermatozoa.
43. Stingray /ˈstɪŋreɪ/: Cá đuối
E.g: As already noted, stingray spines apparently continue to retain venom for some time after becoming detached from the animal.
44. Kangaroo /ˌkæŋɡərˈuː/: Con chuột túi
E.g: They were so out of scale with the rest of her that she looked like a kangaroo.
45. Koala /koʊˈɑːlə/: Gấu túi Koala
E.g: Analysis of koala populations at intermediate geographic distances would be required to assess gene flow accurately.
46. Panda /ˈpændə/: Gấu trúc
E.g: All right, and I'm gonna win you a giant stuffed panda bear.
47. Platypus /ˈplætɪpəs/: Thú mỏ vịt
E.g: There were once hundreds of monotreme species, but there are only five left: four species of echidnas and the duck-billed platypus.
48. Flying squirrel /ˌflaɪ.ɪŋ ˈskwɪr.əl/: Sóc bay
E.g: A flying squirrel can glide about 50 metres.
49. Baboon /bəˈbuːn/: Khỉ đầu chó
E.g: We expected that a large frugivore like the olive baboon disperses seeds of a wide range of sizes undamaged, including large ones.
50. Abalone /æb.əˈləʊ.ni/: Bào ngư
E.g: Among abalone populations, the microbial pressure on the egg surface could be different both spatially and temporally, depending on the habitats and geographical distributions.
51. Anteater /ˈæntˌiː.tər/: Thú ăn kiến
E.g: Around 20 years ago, the giant anteater was seen for the last time by local hunters, but it is extinct today.
52. Beetle /ˈbiː.təl/: Bọ cánh cứng
E.g: Immediately before slugs were introduced, the drip irrigation system was removed as it could have provided an escape route for the slugs or beetles.
53. Blackbird /ˈblæk.bɜːd/: Con sáo
E.g: I think the argument that small boys will be made criminals if they take a blackbird's egg or a thrush's egg is really a bogey.
54. Boar /bɔːr/: Lợn rừng
E.g: Subadult individuals were all black-coated wild boar whose carcass weighed
55. Butterfly /ˈbʌt.ə.flaɪ/: Bươm bướm
E.g: These flowers are brightly coloured in order to attract butterflies.
56. Canary / kəˈneə.ri /: Chim hoàng yến
E.g: My father is gone, now begins the more delicate, more distracted, more hopeless noise led by the voices of the two canaries.
57. Carp /kɑːp/: Cá chép
E.g: Catfish also have a maxilla reduced to a support for barbels; this means that they are unable to protrude their mouths as other fish such as carp.
58. Caterpillar /ˈkæt.ə.pɪl.ər/: Sâu bướm
E.g: This tool alone or combined with others, allows quick detection of parasitized caterpillars in the field.
59. Centipede /ˈsen.tɪ.piːd/: Con rết
E.g: We didn't cut off the head of the Centipede.
60. Chameleon /kəˈmiː.li.ən/: Tắc kè hoa
E.g: I have a chameleon's capacity for adaptation.
61. Gecko /ˈɡek.əʊ/: Tắc kè
E.g: Geckoes with high worm burdens may be more easily captured by predators, especially juvenile geckoes.
62. Chamois /ˈʃæm.wɑː/: Sơn dương
E.g: Their passion for hunting chamois.
63. Chihuahua /tʃɪˈwɑː.wə/: Chó chihuahua
E.g: Thus, the basis was laid for the even smaller modern-day Chihuahua.
64. Cicada /sɪˈkɑː.də/: Ve sầu
E.g: Each cicada either sings, chirps, clicks, or is silent depending on its environment and the weather conditions which are modelled by reaction-diffusion patterns.
65. Cockroach /ˈkɒk.rəʊtʃ/: Con gián
E.g: In one project an artificial cockroach has been built that models the original in great detail.
66. Crab /kræb/: Cua
E.g: Of these, only surface soil temperatures had a significant negative relationship with crab abundance.
67. Crane /kreɪn/: Con hạc
E.g: If you look close, it's this shape, called a crane.
68. Cricket /ˈkrɪk.ɪt/: Con dế
E.g: Initially, they focus on the size of the crickets, as do the hunters.
69. Dachshund / ˈDæk.s ə nd /: Chó Dashshund (chó xúc xích/chó lạp xưởng)
E.g: For example, the dachshund’s small size is caused by a failure of normal development of cartilage, resulting in dwarfism.
70. Dalmatian /dælˈmeɪ.ʃən/: Chó đốm (chó Dalmatian)
E.g: We'll have a Dalmatian plantation.
71. Dove /dʌv/: Chim bồ câu (họ bồ câu)
E.g: Zebra doves are among the most abundant birds in some places such as Hawaii and the Seychelles.
72. Pigeon /ˈpɪdʒ.ən/: Chim bồ câu (chim)
E.g: We fed the pigeons in the park.
73. Dragonfly /ˈdræɡ.ən.flaɪ/: Con chuồn chuồn
E.g: Scientists have found that the pleats also give the dragonfly greater lift while gliding.
74. Dromedary / ˈDrɒm.ə.d ə r.i /: Lạc đà một bướu
E.g: Most of these camels were dromedaries, especially from India, including the Bikaneri war camel from Rajasthan as a riding camel, and lowland Indian camels for heavy work.
75. Duck /dʌk/: Con vịt
E.g: The horn sounded like a duck quacking
76. Eagle /ˈiː.ɡəl/: Chim đại bàng
E.g: Above the mountain, eagles circled in soundless flight.
77. Eel /iːl/: Con lươn
E.g: Examination of eels on day 112 revealed no indication for acquired immunity resulting from the primary infection.
78. Falcon /ˈfɒl.kən/: Chim ưng
E.g: For these reasons the larvae are considered to be third stage larvae belonging to the same species as the adults described from the saker falcon.
79. Hawk /hɔːk/: Diều hâu
E.g: They did not evolve into hawks or eagles
80. Fawn /fɔːn/: Hươu/nai con
E.g: Although does are excellent mothers, fawn mortality rate is 45 to 70%.
81. Firefly /ˈfaɪə.flaɪ/: Đom đóm
E.g: Crystal structure of firefly luciferase throws light on a superfamily of adenylate-forming enzymes.
82. Flea /fliː/: Bọ chét
E.g: Vibrations caused by human movement liberate adult fleas from pupae hidden in cracks leading to attacks by hungry fleas.
83. Fly / flaɪ /: Con ruồi
E.g: I've got a fly without any wings in my cap.
84. Foal /fəʊl/: Ngựa con
E.g: Influence of trace mineral intake of mares on the trace mineral status of their foals.
85. Frog /frɒɡ/: Con ếch
E.g: Are there any species of frog indigenous to the area?
86. Gannet / ˈꞬæn.ɪt /: Chim ó biển
E.g: Its northern boundary is the sea, with wild life ranging from the grey seal to the gannet.
87. Gerbil /ˈdʒɜː.bəl/: Chuột nhảy
E.g: Foraging efficiencies of competing rodents: why do gerbils exhibit shared-preference habitat selection?
88. Gibbon /ˈɡɪb.ən/: Vượn
E.g: According to a preliminary survey the number of gibbons in Nam Kane is substantial, particularly in and around the uninhabited Nam Kan river and its tributaries.
89. Goat /ɡəʊt/: Con dê
E.g: A old woman was herding the goats up the mountainside.
90. Gopher /ˈɡəʊ.fər/: Chuột túi má/chuột nang
E.g: Molecular phylogenies and host-parasite cospeciation : gophers and lice a model system.
91. Grasshopper /ˈɡrɑːsˌhɒp.ər/: Châu chấu
E.g: Some experiments were carried out on this subject with some of the common grasshoppers.
92. Greyhound /ˈɡreɪ.haʊnd/: Chó sắn thỏ
E.g: The crinolined women clustered beneath her seem handmaidens flocking to attend her entrance: even a greyhound follows her queenly progress.
93. Hare /heər/: Thỏ rừng
E.g: Indeed, brown hares are the subject of a biodiversity action plan that aims to maintain and expand their population so that numbers double by 2010.
94. Heron /ˈher.ən/: Con diệc
E.g: The wetland and its surrounding area is an important habitat for egrets and heron and an important wintering ground for many duck species.
95. Hound /haʊnd/: Chó săn
E.g: There is much alarmist rhetoric from those who want to retain hunting with hounds, but as each new study emerges, the arguments are knocked away.
96. Hummingbird /ˈhʌm.ɪŋ.bɜːd/: Chim ruồi
E.g: The maintenance of a costly flowering strategy is probably necessary to guarantee the presence of hummingbirds in the area, the main pollinators.
97. Hyena /haɪˈiː.nə/: Linh cẩu
E.g: Up to 19 spotted hyenas once killed 82 Thomson's gazelle and badly injured 27, eating just 16%.
98. Iguana /ɪˈɡwɑː.nə/: Kỳ nhông
E.g: I fully agree with what he says about turtles, but he should not confuse them with iguanas.
99. Insect /ˈɪn.sekt/: Côn trùng
E.g: An insect bit me on the arm.
100. Kingfisher /ˈkɪŋˌfɪʃ.ər/: Chim bói cá
E.g: I saw a kingfisher, in all its beauty, moving about over the rivers and marshes and lakes by my home.
101. Ladybug /ˈleɪ.di.bʌɡ/: Bọ rùa
E.g: A threatened ladybug may both play dead and secrete the unappetising substance to protect itself.
102. Lemur /ˈliː.mər/: Vượn cáo
E.g: Unlike the lemurs, this species can cross the gaps between isolated forest fragments and helps to ensure exchange between plant populations.
103. Leopard /ˈlep.əd/: Báo hoa mai
E.g: Have you ever seen a leopard?
104. Locust /ˈləʊ.kəst/: Cào cào
E.g: During the dry season the locusts could be approached nearer than during the rains, owing to their inactivity when the humidity is low.
105. Lobster /ˈlɒb.stər/: Tôm hùm
E.g: Total allowable catch for managing squat lobster fishery using stochastic nonlinear programming.
106. Shrimp /ʃrɪmp/: Con tôm
E.g: Copious amounts of shrimp are harvested each year in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean to satisfy a national demand for shrimp.
107. Louse /laʊs/: Con rận
E.g: Individual vintners left almost no direct trails in the government files on the vine louse.
108. Mantis /ˈmæn.tɪs/: Bọ ngựa
E.g: Praying mantis tend to move more slowly and eat less heavily.
109. Mosquito /məˈskiː.təʊ/: Muỗi
E.g: Some types of mosquito transmit malaria to humans.
110. Moth /mɒθ/: Bướm đêm
E.g: Every morning the moths were removed and the paper and cellophane changed.
111. Mule /mjuːl/: Con la
E.g: It is one of the largest donkey breeds, and was selected for size so that it could be used for the production of large working mules, in conjunction with the Poitevin horse breed.
112. Mussel /ˈmʌs.əl/: Con trai
E.g: The detection of cryptosporidial oocysts in mussel tissue harvested for human consumption has obvious implications for human health.
113. Nightingale /ˈnaɪ.tɪŋ.ɡeɪl/: Chim họa mi
E.g: Cysts around the vent opening can result in plugging with dried feces, as in the case of one common nightingale.
114. Orangutan /əˈræŋ.uːtæn/: Đười ươi
E.g: He also went to some of these places to frolic with orangutans and to meet primitive cultures.
115. Ostrich /ˈɒs.trɪtʃ/: Đà điểu
E.g: All the farms surveyed did not have regular deworming programmes for their ostriches.
116. Otter /ˈɒt.ər/: Rái cá
E.g: The soffit of the new bridge incorporates bat bricks, which provide nesting sites for pipistrelle bats and a timber otter run on one bank.
117. Owl /aʊl/: Con cú
E.g: The owl is a predatory bird which kills its prey with its claws.
118. Pangolin /pæŋˈɡəʊ.lɪn/: Con tê tê
E.g: Apart from reptiles, it has been reported from a few mammals, including insectivores, pangolins, rodents and humans.
119. Parakeet /ˌpær.əˈkiːt/: Vẹt đuôi dài
E.g: Before I got my first pet parakeet, I had no idea you could bond with a bird.
120. Parrot /ˈpær.ət/: Con vẹt
E.g: She used to keep a parrot in a cage.
121. Peacock /ˈpiː.kɒk/: Con công
E.g: For all its apparent vanity, the peacock can be very protective.
122. Gazelle /ɡəˈzel/: Linh dương Gazelle
E.g: Most (42.9%) of the parasitized gazelles harboured two nematode species.
123. Cheetah /ˈtʃiː.tə/: Báo săn (báo gê-pa)
E.g: The cheetah in particular has a 50% chance of losing its kills to lions or other predators.
124. Woodpecker /ˈwʊdˌpek.ər/: Chim gõ kiến
E.g: Availability of nesting sites as a limit to woodpecker populations.
125. Sparrow /ˈspær.əʊ/: Chim sẻ
E.g: By the next day, though, the little sparrow was crying regularly to be fed.
126. Finch /fɪntʃ/: Họ sẻ thông
E.g: The researchers found that as the climatic conditions on the island changed, finches with longer beaks were dominant one year, but later those with smaller beaks were dominant.
127. Swan /swɒn/: Thiên nga
E.g: We took some bread to feed the swans.
128. Seagull /ˈsiː.ɡʌl/: Chim mòng biển
E.g: The effect of the use of different selective media on the ability to recover salmonellae from seagull faeces.
129. Gull /ɡʌl/: Chim mòng biển
E.g: This species looks distinctly different from other gulls.
130. Shellfish /ˈʃel.fɪʃ/: Động vật có vỏ (nghêu/sò/ốc/hến...)
E.g: The lagoon, immediately to its north, is a rich source of fish, shellfish, turtles, alligators, wild plant foods, and other lacustrine resources.
131. Killer whale /ˈkɪl.ə ˌweɪl/: Cá voi sát thủ
E.g: Killer whales have been observed feeding on basking sharks off California and New Zealand.
132. Orca /ˈɔː.kə/: Cá voi sát thủ/cá heo đen/cá hổ kình
E.g: By experimenting with different temperature distributions in the layered atmosphere, one can discover numerous situations that convert an orca or a walrus into a merman.
133. Fish /fɪʃ/: Cá
E.g: They were happy because they had caught a lot of fish that day.
134. Seal /siːl/: Hải cẩu
E.g: We spied a seal from the shore.
135. Coral /ˈkɒr.əl/: San hô
E.g: There are new chapters on corals, ser pulid worms and nautiloids, three groups left out of the first edition.
136. Lynx /lɪŋks/: Linh miêu
E.g: Also, there were no significant seasonal differences in abundance when only adult lynx were considered.
137. Polar bear /ˌpəʊ.lə ˈbeər/: Gấu bắc cực
E.g: Both fox and polar bear faeces were found on the island.
138. Buffalo /ˈbʌf.ə.ləʊ/: Con trâu
E.g: Somewhere southeast of El Paso in the early 1530s, the shipwrecked wanderer Cabeza de Vaca first saw the buffalo, or the American bison.
139. Skunk /skʌŋk/: Chồn hôi
E.g: Skunks and foxes also can be infected with rabies , and a few cases have been reported in wolves , coyotes , bobcats , and ferrets.
140. Parasite /ˈpær.ə.saɪt/: Ký sinh trùng
E.g: The older drugs didn't deal effectively with the malaria parasite.
141. Toad /təʊd/: Con cóc
E.g: Toads have drier, lumpier skins than frogs and spend less time in the water.
142. Dinosaur /ˈdaɪ.nə.sɔːr/: Khủng long
E.g: Compsognathus was the first dinosaur genus to be portrayed with feathers, by Thomas Henry Huxley in 1876.
143. Dragon /ˈdræɡ.ən/: Rồng
E.g: Instead of mysterious caves, dragons, and romanticized heroes, fantastic factory floors, gigantic machines, and larger than life machinists confront the audience.
144. Lizard /ˈlɪz.əd/: Thằn lằn
E.g: The infection status of 72 % of lizards were correctly classified by our model.
145. Lamb /læm/: Con cừu non
E.g: I've bought a shoulder of lamb for Sunday lunch.
146. Chicken /ˈtʃɪk.ɪn/: Con gà
E.g: Defrost the chicken thoroughly before cooking.
147. Piglet /ˈpɪɡ.lət/: Lợn con
E.g: Although the lactation period lasts 2.5–3.5 months, the piglets begin displaying adult feeding behaviors at the age of two–three weeks.
148. Horse /hɔːs/: Con ngựa
E.g: My horse is a bit timid and is easily frightened by traffic.
149. Tadpole /ˈtæd.pəʊl/: Nòng nọc
E.g: In sites where visibility was too poor for observation of tadpoles, such as areas with submerged aquatic vegetation, microhabitats were sampled with a small dipnet.
150. Newt /njuːt/: Sa giông/cá cóc
E.g: Investigations of the whole process of fertilisation in the newt may lead to an understanding of adaptation to the fertilisation mode in amphibians.
151. Snail /sneɪl/: Ốc sên
E.g: In resistant snails, haemocytes infiltrate the tissues surrounding young sporocysts and form multi-layered cellular encapsulations that result in larval destruction within 24-48 hours.
152. Slug /slʌɡ/: Sên
E.g: The poor guy wound up with a slug in his stomach.
153. Spider /ˈspaɪ.dər/: Con nhện
E.g: The spider preys on small flies and other insects.
154. Albatross /ˈæl.bə.trɒs/: Chim hải âu
E.g: The great albatrosses are predominantly white in plumage as adults, with birds becoming whiter as they age.
155. Crow /krəʊ/: Con quạ (họ quạ)
E.g: He can tell you stories in English of the thirsty crow, of the crocodile and of the giraffe.
156. Raven /ˈreɪ.vən/: Con quạ (chim)
E.g: You killed all the ravens.
157. Cuckoo /ˈkʊk.uː/: Chim cu
E.g: They will, indeed, become cuckoos in the nest, which will be very damaging.
158. Pigeon /ˈpɪdʒ.ən/: Chim bồ câu
E.g: Numerous pigeons fed on cereals scattered by passers-by.
159. Flamingo /fləˈmɪŋ.ɡəʊ/: Hồng hạc
E.g: He will recall the difficulties that that has caused us when we have tried to use it to advertise a flamingo park.
160. Goose /ɡuːs/: Con ngỗng
E.g: Do you think that three women and a goose make a market?
161. Robin /ˈrɒb.ɪn/: Chim cổ đỏ
E.g: For example, upon learning that robins are susceptible to a particular disease, it seems plausible that eagles might also be susceptible.
162. Turkey /ˈtɜː.ki/: Con gà tây
E.g: It's permaculture, those of you who know a little bit about this, such that the cows and the pigs and the sheep and the turkeys and the... what else does he have?
163. Cockatoo /ˌkɒk.əˈtuː/: Con vẹt mào
E.g: The croaking cockatoo doth bellow for revenge.
164. Cod /kɒd/: Cá tuyết
E.g: Cod and chips, please.
165. Goldfish /ˈɡəʊld.fɪʃ/: Cá vàng
E.g: The size of the horizontal cell receptive fields adapts to the stimulus in the light adapted goldfish retina.
166. Perch /pɜːtʃ/: Cá rô
E.g: They are collectively called ruffes and resemble the common perches (Perca), but are usually smaller and have a different pattern.
167. Plaice /pleɪs/: Cá bơn
E.g: Flounders and plaice (15+24 cm long) were used as experimental final hosts.
168. Ray /reɪ/: Cá đuối
E.g: I saw a manta ray that looked as big as the plane I was flying in.
169. Salmon /ˈsæm.ən/: Cá hồi
E.g: Thousands of young salmon have been killed by the pollution.
170. Trout /traʊt/: Cá hồi (nước ngọt)
E.g: Five thousand trouts are set out each year to sustain the population.
171. Scallop /ˈskɒl.əp/: Con sò
E.g: Blockade of light-sensitive conductance in hyperpolarizing photoreceptors of the scallop.
172. Herring /ˈher.ɪŋ/: Cá trích
E.g: The infection among young-of-the-year herring was observed only during summer 1992.
173. Minnow /ˈmɪn.əʊ/: Cá tuế
E.g: The larvae were not an accidental or occasional infection in minnows, but were present in both rivers throughout the year.
174. Sardine /sɑːˈdiːn/: Cá mòi
E.g: Sardines used to be preserved in brine for sale in rural areas.
175. Clam /klæm/: Ngao
E.g: Sure, just not as much as clams.
176. Seahorse /ˈsiː.hɔːs/: Cá ngựa
E.g: I found a dried-up seahorse.
177. Ant /ænt: Kiến
E.g: We've got ants in our kitchen.
178. Aphid /ˈeɪ.fɪd/: Con rệp
E.g: Unlike spotted alfalfa aphid, vein chlorosis was not observed after spotted clover aphid feeding in this experiment.
179. Larva /ˈlɑː.və/: Ấu trùng
E.g: A single leaf was placed in each pot containing larvae and this was replaced every second day.
180. Wasp /wɒsp/: Ong vò vẽ
E.g: She had a puncture wound in her arm, from a wasp sting.
181. Badger /ˈbædʒ.ər/: Con lửng
E.g: Ferrets are preyed on by coyotes, raptors, badgers and skunks.
182. Elk /elk/: Nai sừng xám
E.g: We hunted elk, deer, and moose for food and for their skins.
183. Guinea pig /ˈɡɪn.i ˌpɪɡ/: Chuột lang
E.g: Indeed in my studies I was a guinea pig for a pharmaceutical industry.
184. Mammoth /ˈmæm.əθ/: Voi ma mút
E.g: Is it safe to attract the mammoths without seeing to that?
185. Mink /mɪŋk/: Con chồn
E.g: There was no ministerial voice to press the case for mink control.
186. Puma /ˈpjuː.mə/: Báo sư tử
E.g: In Latin America, the fast-growing & emerging economies, oriented to free trade & free market development are called the Pacific Pumas of which consist of Mexico, Chile, Peru & Colombia.
187. Reindeer /ˈreɪn.dɪər/: Tuần lộc
E.g: The mission school included a programme of economic self-sufficiency through the introduction of domestic reindeer husbandry.
188. Sloth /sləʊθ/: Con lười
E.g: Big game, including bison, mammoths and ground sloths, also were attracted to these water sources.
189. Coyote /kaɪˈəʊ.ti/: Sói đồng cỏ
E.g: Suddenly a large male coyote walked out of the trees.
190. Yak / jæk /: Bò Tây Tạng
E.g: A small population lived chiefly off yak herding and barley growing, leaving fields fallow for long periods to prevent leaching and erosion.
191. Gorilla /ɡəˈrɪl.ə/: Khỉ đột
E.g: With respect to faecal clumps that contained whole seeds, chimpanzees and gorillas passed 1.7 species of seed per defecation on average.
192. Snake /sneɪk/: Con rắn
E.g: The snake coiled itself tightly around the deer.
193. Python /ˈpaɪ.θən/: Con trăn
E.g: Seasonal differences in body condition of water pythons mirrored the results for feeding rates.
194. Pig /pɪɡ/: Con lợn
E.g: These pigs all have curly tails.
195. Sheep /ʃiːp/: Con cừu
E.g: Sheep were grazing in the fields.
196. Cock /kɒk/: Con gà trống
E.g: The comb is single with 5 to 7 points, smaller in hens than in cocks.
197. Hen /hen/: Con gà mái
E.g: "Having calculated all the lime in oats fed to a hen, found still more in the shells of its eggs.
198. Chick /tʃɪk/: Gà con
E.g: He's got some f-ing fangbanger chick with him.
199. Cat /kæt/: Con mèo
E.g: I usually feed the neighbour's cat while she's away.
200. Dog /dɒɡ/: Con chó
E.g: I grabbed the dog by the collar and dragged it out of the room.
201. Rabbit /ˈræb.ɪt/: Con thỏ
E.g: They have several pets - a dog, two rabbits and a guinea pig.
202. Calf /kɑːf/: Con bê
E.g: We will make of them a golden calf!
203. Clownfish /ˈklaʊn.fɪʃ/: Cá hề
E.g: In turn, the anemone provides the clownfish with shelter.
204. Water buffalo /ˈwɔː.tə ˌbʌf.ə.ləʊ/: Trâu nước
E.g: His authoritative works on the wild water buffalo have been published recently as the first monograph on this endangered species.
205. Mouse /maʊs/: Chuột
E.g: A mouse has nibbled through the computer cables.
206. Rat /ræt/: Chuột cống
E.g: In biology classes at school we used to dissect rats.
207. Mountain goat /ˌmaʊn.tɪn ˈɡəʊt/: Dê núi
E.g: Mountain goats live among the steep slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
208. Bird /bɜːd/: Chim
E.g: Most birds lay eggs in the spring.
209. Puppy /ˈpʌp.i/: Cún con/chó con
E.g: Our dog has just had four puppies.
210. Kitten /ˈkɪt.ən/: Mèo con
E.g: We even join in the playful antics of our puppies and kittens.
211. Hamster /ˈhæm.stər/: Chuột hamster/chuột đuôi cụt
E.g: We found that such electric pulses frequently caused lysis of hamster oocytes.
212. Stork /stɔːk/: Con cò
E.g: It reminded me of the fable of the stork inviting the fox to dinner.
213. Bald eagle /ˌbɔːld ˈiː.ɡəl/: Đại bàng đầu trắng
E.g: Plucking a bald eagle.
214. Swallow /ˈswɒl.əʊ/: Chim én
E.g: Barn swallows in Hong Kong, 2004.
215. Pelican /ˈpel.ɪ.kən/: Bồ nông
E.g: Both pelican and porcupine will spend the night among her pillar capitals.
216. Sea urchin /ˈsiː ˌɜː.tʃɪn/: Nhím biển
E.g: In animal systems, studies on the activation of sea urchin and clam eggs have also found changes in enzyme activity and location.
217. Cormorant /ˈkɔː.mər.ənt/: Chim cốc
E.g: Our objectives were to examine both intra- and interspecific density-dependent effects on worm sizes among the 3 helminth species found in cormorants.
218. Sea anemone /ˈsiː əˌnem.ə.ni/: Hải quỳ
E.g: Or maybe we are struck by its surprising choice of home—among the stinging tentacles of a sea anemone.
219. Sea lion /ˈsiː ˌlaɪ.ən/: Sư tử biển
E.g: I agree that the sea lion is a mammal of different dimensions from the dolphin, for example.
220. Worm /wɜːm/: Giun
E.g: It's distressing enough to find a worm in your apple but finding half of one is worse.
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