Great Migrations Reading Answers

The Academic passage ‘Great Migrations’ is a reading passage that appeared in an IELTS Test. Read the passage below and answer questions 14-26. Beyond the questions, you will find the answers along with the location of the answers in the passage and the keywords that help you find out the answers.

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Question Number Answer Keywords Location of Keywords
14 FALSE An arctic tern, flight, South America, Arctic circle, no notice, nice, herring offered, local gulls, dive voraciously, handouts, tern flies Paragraph 2; lines 1-3
15 TRUE migration, complex issue, biologists define, differently, depending, sorts of animals Paragraph 4; lines 1-2
17 TRUE aphids, sensitive, blue light, sky, takeoff, big journey, and sensitive, yellow light, tender young leaves, land Paragraph 6; lines 3-5
18 FALSE Dingle argues, focuses attention, phenomenon of wildebeest migration, shares, phenomenon of the aphids Paragraph 6; lines 6-8
19 G Prolonged movements, carry animals, familiar habitats,  tend to be linear Paragraph 1; lines 5-6
20 C special behaviours, preparation, overfeeding, arrival Paragraph 1; line 7
21 A migrating animals, attentiveness, mission, undistracted, temptations, challenges Paragraph 1; last 3 lines
22 E The arctic tern resists distraction, instinctive sense, admirable: larger purpose Paragraph 2; lines 3-5
23 speed Pronghorn, dependent on distance vision, speed, keep safe, predators Paragraph 7; lines 10-11
24 plains Grand Teton National Park, narrow route, summer range, across a river, down onto the plains Paragraph 7; lines 3-5
25 bottlenecks pronghorn, notable, invariance, migration route, severity of its constriction, three bottlenecks Paragraph 7; lines 6-7
26 corridor/passageway A National Forest, recognised, path, pronghorn, much, passes, protected migration corridor Paragraph 8; lines 3-4

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