Endangered: Parts 1-3

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Democratic
based on a form of government in which the people choose the leaders
Republic
a country that is governed by an elected leader rather than a king or queen
Endangered
vulnerable to dying out forever
Barricade
a wall or fence that prevents people from moving; to block a group of people/animals from
moving
Bribe
something valuable that is given in order to get someone to do something
Sanctuary
a place where someone or something is given shelter and protection
Restrain
to prevent someone from doing
something by using physical force
Bonobo
a rare ape that has more slender arms and legs than a gorilla or common chimpanzee
Adore
to love or admire
Superstition
a belief or way of behaving that is based on fear, magic, or luck
Trafficker
a person who sells or trades illegal goods (animals, drugs, stolen items)
Confiscate
to take something away from someone especially as punishment or to enforce rules
Exuberant
very lively, happy or energetic
Tragedy
a very sad event that causes feelings of despair or depression
Sustenance
something that keeps one alive (such as food)
Orphan
a child whose parents are dead
Maniacal
extreme craziness, excitement
Rambunctious
uncontrolled in a way that is
playful or full of frenzy
Reject
to refuse to believe or accept something; a person who is not accepted or liked by people
Tranquilize
to use a drug to cause to become very relaxed and calm
U.N.
a government organization
made up of many countries with the goal of promoting peace
Crisis
a difficult or dangerous situation that needs serious and immediate attention
Upheaval
a major change or period of change in a country/area that causes anger, conflict, etc...
Fertile
being able to produce many plants and crops
Enclosure
an area that is surrounded by a wall or fence
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