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discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
boggyadj: containing a lot of soft, wet soil; marshy, swampy, or waterlogged
determinantn: a factor, circumstance, or condition that contributes to the shaping, influencing, or determining of a particular outcome or result
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
injuryn: harm done to a person’s or an animal’s body caused by an accident or an attack
bluntadj: having a dull or rounded edge or point; not sharp; straightforward in speech or manner, often to the point of being rude or insensitive
trauman: an emotional wound or shock often has long-lasting effects caused by a highly upsetting or shocking experience
strangulationn: the act of choking or suffocating someone by compressing their throat; a condition in which blood flow is restricted to a particular organ or body part, leading to tissue death or injury
shockingadj: extremely or surprisingly bad, or causing a strong emotional response such as surprise or disgust
gruesomeadj: causing horror or disgust
typicaladj: having the usual characteristics or traits of a specific group of things
decompositionn: the process of breaking down organic matter into simpler substances through natural processes such as decay
detectv: to find or recognize something, especially something difficult to see, hear, etc.
buryv: to place a dead body in the ground, grave, or tomb
corpsen: the dead body of a human being
preservev: to keep or maintain a particular quality, feature, etc., especially to prevent it from decaying, being damaged, or being destroyed
undergroundadj: under the surface of the ground; a secret group organized to achieve a specific purpose, such as overthrowing the government or occupying a force
teaspoonn: a small spoon used to stir or measure out small amounts of some ingredients, typically sugar, salt, or spices, in cooking or serving
soiln: the top layer of Earth in which plants grow
planetn: any of the nine large celestial bodies that circle in the solar system; any celestial body that revolves around a star
bacterian: single-celled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms that exist in large numbers in the air, water, and soil, and also in living and dead creatures and plants, and are often a cause of disease
algaen: A simple plant that grows in or near water and lacks typical leaves and roots
fungusn: a type of organism that includes yeasts, molds, and mushrooms, which are heterotrophic, meaning they do not produce their food and must consume organic matter to survive
protozoan: a diverse group of single-celled microorganisms that are classified as eukaryotic, meaning they have a distinct nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles found in a wide range of environments, from soil to water to the bodies of humans and animals
quartern: one of four equal parts; a fourth part or portion
biodiversityn: the number and variety of plants and animals that exist in a particular area or the world and make a balanced environment
inhabitantn: a person or an animal that lives in a particular place
microben: a tiny living thing that can only be seen with a microscope and that may cause disease
nanoscaleadj: on a scale that can be measured in nanometres (= one billionth of a meter); on a very small scale
decomposev: to break down or cause to break down over time into simpler substances or elements
organicadj: of or derived from biological substance; producing plants and animals for food and other items without the use of synthetic chemicals
wormn: a long, thin creature with a soft and long cylindrical tube-like body, no limbs, and a lack of eyes
invertebraten: a class of animals that do not have a backbone; they include insects, worms, and mollusks
absorbv: to take in a fluid or other substance gradually
nutrientn: any substance that is essential for the maintenance and growth of living things
consumev: to spend something, especially fuel, energy, or time, in a large amount
excretev: to discharge waste matter, such as urine or feces, from the body or a cell or gland
specificadj: clearly defined or particular to a certain thing or situation; distinct, explicit, and precise
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
grasslandn: a large area of land covered mainly by grass, with few or no trees, and typically used for grazing livestock
excelv: to be extremely good at or proficient in doing something
temperateadj: mild or moderate in temperature or climate; exhibiting self-restraint, particularly about the consumption of food, drink, or other indulgences; showing moderation or restraint in behavior or attitude
complexityn: the state or quality of being complicated or intricate and difficult to understand
harvestn: yields of plants in a single growing season; the period of the year when gathering occurs on a farm
releasev: to set free or allow to escape from confinement
enzymen: a substance produced by a living organism that acts as a catalyst to bring about a specific biochemical reaction
triggerv: to make something happen suddenly; to cause something such as a device, machine, etc. to function
chemicaladj: relating to or connected with chemistry;
reactionn: a response that reveals a person’s feelings or attitude; (in chemistry) a process in which one or more substances are changed into others
oxiden: a chemical compound that contains at least one oxygen atom and one other element
moleculen: a group of two or more atoms held together by attractive forces known as chemical bonds
carbonn: a chemical element that can be found in pure form as diamond or graphite, and it is also an essential part of coal and oil and is found in all plants and animals
processn: a series of actions or operations performed to achieve a particular outcome or goal; a systematic procedure or approach used to accomplish a specific task or objective; a method of treating milk to make it suitable for consumption or use in other dairy products
minern: a person who works in a mine (= excavation in the Earth from which ores and minerals are extracted), especially one who extracts coal, minerals, or precious metals from the Earth
excessn: an amount or quantity beyond what is acceptable, expected, or reasonable
nitrogenn: a chemical element with the symbol N and atomic number 7, which is a highly reactive element that forms part of many compounds, including amino acids and proteins
sulfurn: (also sulphur) a chemical element with the symbol S and atomic number 16, found in many minerals and sulfur compounds, often used in the production of fertilizers, rubber, paper, and other industrial applications
calciumn: a chemical element with the symbol Ca and atomic number 20, which is an important mineral for the human body
insectn: any small creature that has six legs and a body divided into three sections
exposev: to show something by uncovering it; to make something accessible to some action or influence
oxidantn: a substance that causes oxidation, or the loss of electrons, in another substance; a reactive molecule or compound that can damage cells and tissues by causing oxidative stress
excretionn: the process of eliminating waste products from the body; the waste products themselves
microscopicadj: tiny; exceedingly precise and detail-oriented; of or used in microscopy
mineraln: a solid inorganic substance occurring in nature having a definite chemical composition
atomicadj: of or relating to atom (= the smallest component of an element)
bondn: a close emotional connection between two or more people; a certificate of debt that a government or corporation issues to raise money
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
constantadj: happening repeatedly or all the time
cyclen: an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs; a bicycle or motorcycle
hostileadj: unfriendly or aggressively opposed
talentedadj: having a natural ability or aptitude for something; showing exceptional skill or ability in a particular area
peatn: a type of soil made up of partially decayed organic matter (usually moss) that accumulates in wetlands or bogs, often used as fuel for heat and cooking in some regions of the world
acidicadj: having a pH lower than 7; having characteristics of an acid, such as tasting sour or corroding metal
sphagnumn: a type of moss that grows in wet areas, such as bogs and marshes, known for its ability to absorb and retain large amounts of water
mossn: a small, soft plant that grows in a low, compact layer, often on the ground or on rocks
acidifyv: to make something acidic or to become more acidic; to add acid to a substance to make it more acidic
compoundn: an item composed of two or more distinct elements combined; a chemical formed by the combination of two or more elements
bindv: to tie or fasten someone or something tightly with rope, string, etc. so that they cannot move or are held together strongly
deprivev: to take away something from someone
temperaturen: the degree of hotness or coldness of a thing or place
functionn: the purpose or use of an object, system, or process; a particular activity or operation that is designed to serve a specific purpose; a mathematical concept that describes a relationship between two sets of values, called the input and output sets; (verb) to operate or work in a specific way, or to perform a particular task or purpose
pilen: a collection of objects positioned one on top of another; a large sum of something, such as money
oxygenn: the chemical element with the symbol O that is present in air and water and is necessary for people, animals, and plants to live
naturallyadv: as might be expected; by natural manners
sealedadj: closed or secured with
acidn: sour; water-soluble chemicals with a sour flavor; any of a variety of generally liquid compounds capable of reacting with and occasionally dissolving other materials
dissolvev: to be or cause to be absorbed by a liquid to form a part of the solution; to close down or dismiss
relativeadj: considered and evaluated through comparison with something else
tissuen: an ensemble of similar cells of the animal or plant that together carry out a specific function
pitchn: the property of sound that varies with variation in the frequency of vibration; the degree of a slope, especially of a roof; short presentation for selling or sharing something
wealthn: a large amount of money, property, or other things that someone or an organization owns
laborn: productive work, especially physical work done for wages; the people who do manual or physical work in a country or company for wage; (verb) to work hard or to strive and make an effort to reach a goal
digestiveadj: relating to or capable of causing or promoting digestion of food
charredadj: burned or blackened as a result of being subjected to high heat
circumstancen: the specific conditions or events that surround a particular situation or occurrence
cold-bloodedadj: of or relating to animals that cannot control their body temperature internally, typically reptiles, amphibians, and fish, and rely on external sources of heat to maintain their body temperature; figuratively, unemotional, callous, or lacking in empathy
murdern: the crime of killing somebody intentionally
possibilityn: a chance that something may happen or be true
extremityn: the farthest or most remote point or the greatest or the highest degree
ritualn: any customary observance or practice; any prescribed procedure for conducting religious ceremonies
sacrificen: the act of killing an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an offering to a deity; (verb) to give up something important or valuable to help another person or get or do something that seems more important
supernaturaladj: of or relating to existence outside the natural world; not able to be explained by natural laws
beneathadv: in or to a lower place than someone or something
scholarn: professor; a person who studies a topic in considerable depth, particularly in a university

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