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One place that has pioneered research in the __________________ of rare animals is the Wild Animal Park of San Diego, California. Its special concern is endangered species.
Although people can visit the Park, it is a 720-hectar preserve where animals walk __________________. Many people have a unique opportunity to take photos of rare wild animals in their natural environment.
People all over the world have helped with the __________________ of the Park. It was planned in 1959; it was opened in 1972. So it took 13 years to build it.
Divided into________________ sections, the Park has areas similar to the animals’ natural habitats in Africa and Asia.
Since the Wild Animal Park opened, it has become famous for its captive breeding work. More than 86 per cent of animals born in the park survive. Many _________________ travel to California to watch wildlife and enjoy beautiful nature.
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Cathy spent many hours during her lunch breaks poking around the dress shops before she bought the appropriate outfit for the Trumpers’ housewarming party. Her final A22 ______ was a sunflower yellow dress which the shop assistant described as suitable for a cocktail party. Cathy became fearful at the last minute that its lack of length might be too daring for such a grand A23 ______ . But when Simon came to pick her up his immediate comment was “You’ll be a sensation.” His assurance made her feel more confident.
A24 ______, she forgot all her doubts the moment the butler invited them inside. While others drank champagne and helped themselves from the trays of canapés, she A25 ______ her attention to pictures.
First came a Courbet, a still life of magnificent rich reds, oranges and greens; then a Picasso of two doves surrounded by pink blossoms. She A26 ______ looking at them but she gasped when she first saw the Sisley, a stretch of the Seine with every paint of pastel shading being made to count.
“That’s my favourite,” said a voice from behind her. Cathy turned to see a tall, dark-haired young man give her a grin that must have made many people return his smile.
“Quite beautiful,” she A27 ______. “When I was younger I used to try and paint a little myself, and it was Sisley who finally convinced me I shouldn’t bother.”
“Good heavens,” the young man said. “An expert in our presence.” Cathy smiled A28 ______ her new companion. “Let’s have a look at some more works in the upper corridor.”