Word List: bamboo, black-and-white, habitat, endangered, forage, lumberjack, maul, panda, pandemic, solitary
Story: Once upon a time in a dense bamboo forest lived a panda, who was known to be the most solitary animal in the jungle. He was called the “black-and-white king” for his fur that was as black as the night and as white as snow. He lived in peace and harmony with all the creatures of the forest, and it was said that he was the only one who knew the secrets of the forest.
One day, a group of lumberjacks came to the forest with the intention of cutting down all the bamboo trees, which was the main source of food for the panda. The panda knew that he had to do something to stop them. He tried to communicate with the lumberjacks, but they did not understand what he was trying to say. They just continued to maul down the bamboo trees, destroying the panda’s habitat.
The panda was devastated, and he felt helpless. He realized that he had to take matters into his own hands. He started to forage for food in other parts of the forest, but he couldn’t find enough to survive. As he continued to search, he discovered a strange virus that was spreading rapidly and killing all the creatures of the forest. It was a pandemic, and the panda knew that he had to do something to stop it.
The panda was determined to save his home, but he couldn’t do it alone. He needed help, so he decided to travel to a distant land where he had heard that the animals were immune to the virus. On his journey, he encountered many obstacles, but he was determined to reach his destination.
Finally, after a long and perilous journey, he reached the land of the immune animals. He found out that they were immune because they had been eating a special type of bamboo that had the cure for the virus. The panda brought back the bamboo to his home, and he shared it with all the creatures of the forest. The virus was cured, and the panda’s habitat was saved.
The panda was hailed as a hero, and the lumberjacks never returned to the forest. The panda lived in peace and harmony with all the creatures of the forest, and he was remembered as the “black-and-white king” who saved his home.
|Word (Format as bold text)
|Collocations (Comma separated three collocation examples of each word)
|a type of grass that grows in the form of large hollow stems and is used for food and shelter by many animals
|eat bamboo, bamboo forest, bamboo grove
|having a color pattern of black and white
|black-and-white stripes, black-and-white fur, black-and-white checkered
|the place where an animal naturally lives and grows
|natural habitat, animal habitat, threatened habitat
|a species that is in danger of becoming extinct
|endangered species, endangered animals, endangered ecosystem
|to search for food in a wild place
|forage for food, forage in the forest, forage in the jungle
|a person who cuts down trees for a living
|lumberjack camp, lumberjack tools, lumberjack work
|to damage or destroy something by hitting it with a lot of force
|maul the trees, maul the bamboo, maul the forest
|a large bear with black and white fur that is native to China
|giant panda, panda bear, panda cub
|an outbreak of a disease that occurs over a wide geographical area and affects an exceptionally high proportion of the population
|global pandemic, pandemic outbreak, pandemic control
|living or preferring to live alone
|solitary life, solitary animal, solitary confinement