20 terms

Module 2 Unit 1 Lesson 1 - Animal Defenses

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infer
to form (an opinion) from evidence : to reach (a conclusion) based on known facts
inference
the act or process of reaching a conclusion about something from known facts or evidence
defense
a reaction in your body that protects against disease or danger
mechanism
a process or system that is used to produce a particular result
support
to show that you approve of (someone or something) by doing something
document
to create a record of (something) through writing, film, photography, etc.
inform
to give information to (someone)
entertain
to have (a thought, idea, etc.) in your mind
contribute
to give (something, such as money, goods, or time) to help a person, group, cause, or organization
a better world
identifying and creating the important dynamics for human interactions needed to support that world
apply my learning
Do something with the knowledge you have
venom
poison that is produced by an animal (such as a snake) and used to kill or injure another animal usually through biting or stinging
venomous
capable of putting poison or venom into another animal's body usually by biting or stinging it
poison
a substance that can cause people or animals to die or to become very sick if it gets into their bodies especially by being swallowed
poisonous
very harmful or unpleasant
self-defense
skills that make you capable of protecting yourself during an attack
survive
to continue to exist
toxic
containing poisonous substances
predator
an animal that lives by killing and eating other animals
prey
an animal that is hunted or killed by another animal for food