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abound to be found in large numbers or amounts.
adder2 a small, poisonous snake found in Europe and Asia.
albatross a very large sea bird found mostly in the Southern Hemisphere. Albatrosses have webbed feet, long narrow wings, and hooked beaks.
anaconda a very large snake found in South America. Anacondas are not poisonous but kill other animals by squeezing them until they cannot breathe. Anacondas can grow to over twenty feet long.
anchovy a small fish that is related to the herring and is used for food. Anchovies are found mostly in warm ocean waters.
anthill a pile of earth made by ants as they dig their underground nest. Anthills are found near the nest entrance.
asphalt a sticky black substance like tar. Asphalt is found naturally or obtained when oil is refined. It is used for making roads and roofs and for making things waterproof. [1/2 definitions]
asteroid a small, rocky, planet-like body that circles the sun and is mostly found between the orbits of Jupiter and Mars. The size of an asteroid can vary from very tiny to six hundred miles across.
average found by figuring out an average. [1/7 definitions]
barium a chemical element. Barium is usually found in compounds with other elements. (symbol: Ba)
bat2 a small mammal that flies. Bats have small bodies and large wings covered with skin. Most bats eat at night, when they use sound to find and catch flying insects. Bats are found in most parts of the world. There are around one thousand kinds of bats. Their wingspans range from less than two inches to more than five feet. Some kinds of bats live in large colonies that roost in caves or in a section of forest.
bayou a stream that moves slowly through a swamp or marsh. Bayous are found in the southern United States.
bedrock the solid layer of rock in the earth's surface, found beneath soil, sand, or gravel.
bighorn a wild sheep found in the Rocky Mountains of North America. The male has large, curved horns; the female has short, straight horns. They are also called Rocky Mountain sheep.
brown bear a bear that is mainly brown in color, found in western North America and northern Europe and Asia. Brown bears vary in size from the small Syrian variety to the giant Kodiak bear and include the North American grizzlies. They are found in more parts of the world than any other kind of bear.
bullfrog a large frog found in North America that has a loud, deep croak.
caffeine a bitter substance found in coffee, tea, chocolate, and some sodas. Caffeine stimulates the heart and nervous system and can cause a person to stay awake and alert.
calcium a soft, silver-white substance that is one of the chemical elements. Calcium is found in many kinds of rocks. It is used by the body for building healthy bones and teeth. (symbol: Ca)
canteen a small store that sells food, drink, and some personal supplies. Canteens are found in schools, factories, and military bases. [1/2 definitions]
carbohydrate foods, such as breads, potatoes, and grains, that contain high amounts of carbohydrates, which are compounds made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen that are found mainly in plants. The human body uses carbohydrates as a ready source of energy. [1/2 definitions]
carbon a chemical element found in all living things. Pure carbon occurs as diamond or graphite. It is also often found in compounds with other elements. (symbol: C)