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animal noun

ADJ. dead, live, living the export of live animals for slaughter | cold-blooded, warm-blooded | higher, lower | dumb | stuffed glass cases of stuffed animals | dangerous | endangered, rare | extinct | social, solitary | tame | feral, stray, wild | exotic | caged, trapped, wounded (often figurative) He was pacing the room like a caged animal. | domestic, farm, laboratory, zoo | forest, land, marine | draught, pack pack animals such as mules

VERB + ANIMAL have, keep In court he was banned from keeping animals. | breed, raise, rear animals bred in captivity | tame, train This animal can be trained to follow simple orders. | hunt, trap | butcher, slaughter

ANIMAL + NOUN life, species | behaviour, instinct | lover | husbandry | experiments, testing/tests protesting against animal experiments | rights, welfare | fat, products

PHRASES the animal kingdom/world the wonders of the animal kingdom