Sunday, June 5, 2016


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test six

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you will hear a number of different
recordings and you'll have to answer

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questions on what you hear

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there will be time for you to read the
instructions

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and questions and you'll have a chance
to check your work

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all the recordings will be played once
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the test is in four sections

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at the end of the test you will be given
10 minutes to transfer your answers

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to answer sheet

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now turn to section 1

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section 1

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you will hear a conversation between an
agent from city how services

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and a customer who wants to have her
house cleaned first you have some time

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to look at questions 124

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you will see that there is an example
which has been done for you

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on this occasion only the conversation
relating to this

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will be played first

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good morning

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his for my help you good morning I'd
like to arrange to have my health

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cleaned

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certainly I just need ok a few questions

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first could I take your name yes

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aid bobber hell

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the woman says that she is Barbara Hill
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Barbara Hill has been written in the
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now we shall begin you should on so the
questions as you listen

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because you will not hear the recording
a second time

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listen carefully and answer questions
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this is for my help you good morning I'd
like to arrange to have my health

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cleaned

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certainly I just need up a few questions

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first could I take your name yes

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aids bobber hell thank you next if you
have in London

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yes it thinking stand in south west
London

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K south west London and postcode

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FW 105 and what is the square footage

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and what rooms will be cleaning the
whole house

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is 268 square feet and there is no need
to clean all the rooms

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only one to have my bed rooms cleaned K

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how many true health care

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three bedrooms own nope sorry we used to
have 3 bedrooms

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but we only have two bedrooms now %uh
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single bedrooms with doubles doubles
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two doubles there's one more room which
need cleaning

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it was used as a bedroom before and now
we have converted it into an office

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lol you understand three rooms have got
to be cleaned

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are all that those rooms up yes

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then downstairs we have a kitchen/diner
conservatory & Lounge

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the kitchen diner is quite large and has
the usual equipment

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cooker with other than refrigerator
cupboards and worktops

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the conservatory has a lot of plants but
there's no need to take care of them

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the lounge has a lead the three piece
suite and a large coffee table

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thank you and do you keep any pet yeah I
really love keeping them

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I've got two dogs and three cats okay

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the past of cum over to offer the
service please take your pets away

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field else Service Pack 2 yes I have one
in front of me

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excellent

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before you hear the rest of the
conversation

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you have some time to look at questions
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now listen and answer questions five to
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any ext

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named switching bed linen work in the
garden

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clean the glass in the conservatory that
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no are actually replacing the bed linen

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yup that would be good no problem

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I'll just making the held up curtains
mats and carpets

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what would you like to stay with those
items kurten's

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all have to think about that I think we
should have the carpets cleaned really

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well every quarter

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match can just be done with the laundry
as before

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from up close we can have a rough start
watch

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arlen all we have them taken to a dry
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washing and ironing not just ironing

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that'll be okay okay fine I know quite a
bit about what you want now

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I should let you know that we are
located on 12 Amy's Road

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that a NY a mmm

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the wayward on from Monday to Sunday
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could you let me know when is convenient
for you next Friday

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a no own that's no good

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my son invite his friends over in the
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that day perhaps next Thursday or next
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let me check okay next Thursday

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Wayne is it convenient for us to come
over and provide service is okay for

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come in the morning

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all we may come in the afternoon it
depends on your schedule

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I'm okay with any time just give me a
call to let me know you coming before

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your eyes shortly will

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by the way how long will it take for the
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usually work 123 hours self-cleaning

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and the work will take three hours at
most and of course

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if you take more than three hours should
pay extra for it

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%uh fine so let me just isn't
calculations

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that is the end of section one you now
have half a minute

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to check your answers

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now turn to section two

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section 2 you'll hear a talk by

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a security worker from Sydney airport
who is introducing the day-to-day

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operations of the Australian Quarantine
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first you have some time to look at
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11 to 17

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now listen carefully and answer
questions

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hi everyone and welcome to Sydney
Airport today I'll be giving you the

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inside information on the day-to-day
operations of the Australian Quarantine

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service here

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we hope to provide you with a better
understanding of wise such heavy

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security regulations

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unnecessary by educating you on how we
operate

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and why we do the things we do you we're
not here to try to persuade you to fly

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through Sydney Airport

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that we hope you find your experience
bred to be stress free

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and comfortable first things first our
personnel

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can anyone guess how many people work at
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we have two hundred alone working in
terminal 2

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so can you guess how many in the whole
airport I heard someone say 360

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that's getting closer what did someone
say two thousand

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that's one way it's you I Sydney Airport
actually employers

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440 people a lot right

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and about higher for those employees
work in security-related matters

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moving on to a not so human employees

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let's come and see our favorite pooch
Milton

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Milton is our best drug-sniffing dog on
the force

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he's friendly to most people you can
even come pet him at the end of our tour

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burnouts be where they he'll find

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everything noticed that even though
there are so many others around him

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Milton stays quite calm this is the
precise reason he was chosen for the job

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dogs that have chosen a not predisposed
to sniff out different mark on six

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that's something we teach them already

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so here's a part of the airport most
people never notice

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the cargo transport terminal this is
where packages are shipped to you

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and from normally we ship around 4,400
packages per month

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in this airport alone over 52,000
packages were shipped in

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and out over the past year we ship to
you and from a 170 different countries

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not bad a probably it will go up to over
seventy-two thousand packages this year

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and despite over 100 flights in an

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house have had daily the number lost or
delayed packages

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is impressively low if you send your
package through here

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rest assured will get it where it's
going let's move on to the area most of

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us are familiar with

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the passenger terminals in order to be
allowed into this area

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you must pass through security with your
ticket and if you're traveling

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internationally

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your passport if you're traveling
domestically

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you just need a legal former ID if you
don't have those

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you not be allowed to pass through
security in board your flight

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during the Security Scan you carry on
items will be checked for dangerous

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items such as weapons

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shop objects and liquids that exceed a
specified limit

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if you attempt to pass any of the
prohibited items on this list

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posted at the entrance you are still
allowed to board the plane

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you'll be given a warning a new item
will be confiscated

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don't worry we will not arrest you for
having too much shampoo in your bag or

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anything like that

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we also search or carry on's and parcels
for any parish a blog items

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we prohibit the transportation local
vegetation

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and prohibit parcels containing any
insects in them

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you may or may not have learned about
this in biology class but

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when some plans to introduce two new
environment they spread

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wildly and wipe out the current species
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it is important to control the
introduction of new plans

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into an ecosystem so we must prohibit

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the transport have any for tile seeds

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so what happens two parcels containing
possibly suspicious items

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it's of course something we do not take
lightly here

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if an object passes through the scanner

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that appear suspicious in any way it is
separated out

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for manual search by a member of our
trained security personnel

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if in a legal plant or simple shop
objects like a pocket knife is found

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it is simply disposed of in our
biohazard waste containers

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and the package itself is returned to
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all passenger if it is for a passenger
flight more serious weapons a reporter

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to high authorities for investigation

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before you hear the rest of the talk you
have some time to look at questions

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18 to 20

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now listen and answer questions 18 to 20

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as far as possible security the material
at the possum is important

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for shipped goods the most common
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accepted

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his paper make sure it is packed sturdy
enough with no rips or tears

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we've definitely had packages rip open
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more common problem though is the
package labels

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when an item does not make it to the
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this is the most common reason the label
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hallmarks clearly enough if you're
receiving any items from abroad the must

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be declared

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please remember our guidelines in order
to ensure the timely delivery of your

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item

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make sure it is packed correctly and we
ask that you notify customs

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between two and ten days within the
items shown jeweled arrival date

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okay before we move on any questions

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that is the end of Section two you now
have half a minute

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to check your answers

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now turned to Section three

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section 3 you will hear librarian called

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Adam Smith talking to the students about

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how to use the facilities in the library
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you have some time to look at questions
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now listen carefully and answer
questions 21

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welcome please come

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over here around the tables my name is
Adam Smith

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and I'm the library in here I'll show
you around today

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and explain how to use these facilities

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hopefully when I'm done with it you'll
know the ropes

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then please feel free to let me know
about any questions

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or concerns that you may have now

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we're at the gate up the library upon
entering into the door

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you'll find that the restrooms are on
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and opposite them as opposed to copy
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many have you are wondering about the
checkin and checkout process

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what you have to do is go to the
circulation desk

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which is to the east to the photocopy
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the reading room is a really large area
in the center of the library

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just to the north up the circulation
desk I'm sure you won't miss it

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if you're here to do research this is
where you should bring books to look

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through

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however if you're here to do any group
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or other interactive activities I advise
you to use one of the study rooms

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which are just to the east to the
reading room moving on to the southeast

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corner

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we have the periodical section just next
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we have a collection of different
newspapers and magazines

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in this section you can get last week's
weather reports

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for all the top stories five years ago
our periodic goals can be traced back

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twenty years to the time when our school
library was built

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up our first question yes

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Camry checkout magazine's from the
library I'm sorry but you cannot take

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any periodicals

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out at the library your welcome to read
them for as long as you want while

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you're here

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but you cannot check them out I wonder
if there is any place where we can get

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some food in the library

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do we have a store here of course the
food service center

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is just meters away from the study rooms
it's on the northeast corner

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as you look at the map the food service
center offers different kinds of snacks

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though

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it's not big well moving on a law

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into the west you will find the video
Resource Center

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on your right hand we have educational
videos and documentaries

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as well as major motion pictures we ask
that you pay attention to the tag on the

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video that you pick up

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as many of our documentaries are for

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on-site viewing only and may not be
taken

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out at the library to the west to the
video Resource Center

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is our satellite TV station here we
stream the news from channel 19 for most

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of the day

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how many channels does it have I it does
have nearly 200 channels

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but we generally will give top priority
two channels with some big events

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like presidential addresses or other
breaking news

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during the coverage other presidential
debate students will take a break from

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studying in

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flock to watch it last but perhaps most
important as the inquiry desk

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it's just on the left hand side when you
walk into the library

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so it's impossible to miss it if you
have any questions about how to use

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equipment

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or where to find something come and ask
the assistant

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don't be shy because that's what they're
here for

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before you hear the rest of the talk you
have some time to look at questions 27

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2:30

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now listen and answer questions 27 to 30

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speaking of questions one other
questions we get asked is

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how to actually check out a book once a
student has picked one out

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if it's a fiction or non-fiction book
look for the pink

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and yellow check out card inside the
back cover of the book

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you can also find information about the
book on these cards

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including its publishing date genre

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ISBN and a log updates its been checked
out before

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present this car to me or any library
assistant

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and we'll Stamford and then the book can
be kept for three weeks

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you can find general information on a
field of study

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by using one of our subject guides we
have them on paper here

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but any of our computers will allow you
to search within fields

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as well what if the library doesn't have
a resource were looking for

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great question I'm going to address that
our library is a network with a number

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of other universities

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in the area so if there is something
you're looking for and it's available

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somewhere in the area

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we'll be able to get it for you however

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there are universities which are not
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so we do not share resources with them
if you want more information

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about the library and its resources
you'll find it in a labeled blue folder

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on my desk

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in the enquirer resection okay so that's
a lot of information

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all at once and I don't expect you to
remember it all

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the most important thing is please be
respectful up the staff

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and if you need help with anything at
all come and ask me or one of the

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assistants

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alright any questions

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that is the end of Section three you now
have hoffa minutes to check your answers

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now turned to section 4

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section 4

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or you will hear a lecture about
Crocodylus niloticus

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and its living habits first you have
some time to look at questions 31 to 40

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now listen carefully and answer
questions 31

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240

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good morning today we will continue our
study

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a crocodile it's not a curse by talking
about it living habits

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we've already discussed the evil is
sherry actually be

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set it apart from its crocodile
relatives did everyone remember that

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yes it has an extremely narrow snout

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and three of all rosa protected scales
on its back

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as compared to two rows on other members
of the crocodile testiness

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let's take a look it how these
carnivorous man eaters live

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where they live and finally whether they
really deserve their vicious reputation

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to start I'd like to address a great
question posed to me by a student during

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yesterday's office hours

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we talked about the distribution of
crocodiles in Africa

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and saw that they are highly
concentrated in the south and west of

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the continent

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this student noticed that on the map
displaying the distribution of

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crocodiles across Africa

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there were no crocodiles in the northern
region and found no mention in the

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literature

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a the existence crocodiles in the North
Africa

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why might there be no crocodiles in
North Africa

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let save this question for later in the
lecture

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to find out more about the social habits
that the African crocodile

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one researcher name Thomas shine at the
University of Ulster in northern ireland

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conducted a survey of the wetlands in
Mauritania

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and receive reports a 46 crocodiles
living in one group

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of floaters we say when referring to
crocodiles

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though the usual number is a little less
than half a fat

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in general crocodiles a more highly
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environments near bodies of water

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and rich vegetation while South American
crocodiles thriving cool rainforest

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the African crocodile is more equipped
for heat

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though they can survive it the hot
temperatures found in some desert

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they're not equipped to handle dry
climates and thus cannot survive in

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places like the Sahara Desert

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North Africa as cold-blooded animals

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crocodiles core temperatures fluctuate
from there af

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which 38 degrees Celsius and external
conditions change

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bus they need to avoid extreme
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others livan underwater life

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keeping a body temperature close to that
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as their own unique method regulating
their body temperatures

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some African crocodiles have made gains

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by digging holes in the ground to
provide themselves with a cool dark

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place to retreat

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from the hot African Sun speaking of the
hot African Sun

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let's go back to the question I asked at
the beginning of the lecture

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we know that they used to be crocodiles
in North Africa

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yet today there are none what are some
possible explanations for this

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some students have suggested that the
African crocodile has evolved from a

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death a creature

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into a wetland creature bus causing them
to migrate south

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for more appropriate conditions others
presume that the crocodile was hunted

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out of northern Africa

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by a fearsome predator while these are
intelligent guesses

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the real story as a little bit different
the key to this migration

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is that the Sahara Desert did not always
cover the North Africa

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about a thousand years ago the land was
for tell wetlands

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perfect for breeding crocodiles over
time though

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the area dried out and the wetland so he
turned to desert

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leading African crocodile to migrate
south to the marshlands they call home

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today

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some crocodiles did however

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up to living in dry conditions in
Mauritania

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some crocodiles have learned to survive
in an area

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where they can go up to eight months
with no water

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by spending the drive times in what's
called the torpor

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or short period in hibernation to
utilize every bit of rainfall

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be used as a crocodile steed underground
caves that collects runoff

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the staying cool and hydrated during the
mating period

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in November and December males attract
females to their viciously protected

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territory

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through a number of behaviors that range
from snapping their jaws

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all the way to spending infrasonic
pulses through the water

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afterwards the female takes a whole

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up to 60 centimetres in debt to stall
the ex-friend

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eighty day incubation period the female
protect these eggs during the period

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and sometimes even helped crack the eggs
with us now to the end

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these teeth gnashing carnivals a softer
than we think

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although these vicious creatures have
attacked humans on a few occasions

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the residents are not afraid of them in
fact

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they show a great deal of reverence
towards these wondrous creatures

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some say that crocodiles bring water to
the habitat

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so if they leave they will bring the
water with them

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obviously this is not true but it
demonstrates the admiration the

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inhabiting people have for crocodiles

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January crocodiles do not protect on
humans

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they attack when humans populate the
crocodile habitat

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instilling fear and uneasiness in the
crocks Mike

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any other species crocodiles are known
to attack when feeling fear

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there's still a lot more to be
discovered about the African crocodile

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researchers want to know more about the
population size

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how many crocodiles inhabit Africa in
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how they form separate flow six extra
there is still all so much to learn

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about migration patterns

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and relations to other populations a
crocodile's now found in other parts of

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the world

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next time will examine a few specific
case studies a crocodile populations in

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southern Africa

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that is the end of Section 4 you now
have hoffa minutes to check your answers

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that is the end of the listening test in
the aisles test

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you will now have 10 minutes to transfer
your answers to answer sheet

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