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每日英語跟讀 Ep.K201: About Animals - 小熊漫步南加州超市走道與印度大象日 Bear cub strolls aisles at Southern California

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每日英語跟讀 Ep.K201: About Animals - Bear cub strolls aisles at Southern California

Shoppers were startled last weekend to see a bear cub browsing the offerings at a Los Angeles supermarket.

洛杉磯一間超市的購物者上週末驚見一隻小熊在瀏覽產品。

Video aired by CBS 2 shows the small bear strolling the aisles on Saturday at the Ralphs store in the Porter Ranch area of the San Fernando Valley.

哥倫比亞廣播公司2台放送的影片顯示,這隻小熊週六在聖費爾南多谷波特牧場地區的「勞爾夫」商店走道漫步。

After sniffing around inside, the bear eventually walked out the front doors.

在裡頭到處聞聞以後,這隻熊最後從前門走了出去。

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife found the 120-pound animal hiding under a trailer at a construction site behind a nearby Walmart.

加州漁業和野生動物局發現這隻120磅的動物躲在附近一間「沃爾瑪」商店後面一處建築工地的拖車底下。

The bear was tranquilized and released into the Angeles National Forest, the department said.

該局說,這隻熊被麻醉後在洛杉磯國家森林裡釋放。

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Elephants in India enjoy fruit feast ahead of World Elephant Day 印度大象在「世界大象日」前享用水果大餐

After an evening walk under overcast skies with rains not far away, elephants rescued from circuses and temples in India are treated to a feast of their favorite fruits and vegetables to celebrate World Elephant Day, which falls on Aug. 12.

在某一個烏雲密布、雨勢逼近的晚上步行之後,從馬戲團和寺廟中獲救的印度大象,被請吃一頓牠們最愛的蔬果大餐,慶祝8月12日的「世界大象日」。

A lavish spread of watermelons, bananas, papayas and pumpkins is laid out for the Asian elephants at a sanctuary near the banks of the Yamuna River.

大量的西瓜、香蕉、木瓜和南瓜被放置在這些亞洲象面前,地點位於靠近亞穆納河河堤的一處庇護所。

Most of the 28 elephants at the center suffer from chronic illness and various ailments ranging from abscesses, cataracts, blindness and joint pain, the result of years of abuse in captivity.

該庇護所的28頭大象中,大部分都有慢性疾病和各種病痛,包括膿瘡、白內障、失明和關節疼痛,那是長年被囚禁的後果。

The number of wild Asiatic elephants, primarily found in India and parts of South and Southeast Asia, has fallen to under 50,000, just 15% of its historic average, according to the World Wide Fund for Nature.

根據世界自然基金會,主要生活在印度、部分南亞和東南亞地區的亞洲象,數量已降至5萬頭以下,僅歷史平均數量的15%。 Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1466710; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1467645

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