Although rainforests make up only two percent of the earth's surface, over half the world's wild plant, animal and insect species live there.
Trombones: it may be fun to go wild, but try not to blat the notes.
When spring comes, people go out to pick wild plants.
Among wild ducks, it seems there are homosexual necrophiliacs.
The panda is indigenous to Sichuan Province and does not live in the wild in any other places.
The passage illustrates Robinson Crusoe's landing on a wild desert island after his shipwreck.
If you make too many, we won't be able to sell them all, so don't go wild.
Definition if things are wild, or if you have a wild time, you do a lot of enjoyable and exciting things in a way that is uncontrolled
Man is a more dangerous foe to man than the elements of nature or animals in the wild.
I am not a rhinoceros, I am not a tiger, but I am led into this barren wild...
One morning at breakfast we children were informed to our utter dismay that we could no longer be permitted to run absolutely wild.
In many parts of the world it is illegal to shoot wild game such as deer, moose or pheasant.
This species of deer is so elusive that only two have ever been photographed in the wild.
Should you go to Scotland, would you please bring me back a wild haggis? Thank you.
Inglés palabranature"(wild) ocurre en conjuntos:environmental conservation