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weevils


(WEE-vuhlz)

A kind of beetle with a long snout.

weevils

bulb


(buhlb)

The round part of some plants that sits under ground. The plant’s roots, stems, and leaves grow from the bulb.

bulb

hibernate


(HY-ber-nayt)

To go into a deep sleep in the winter. Some animals hibernate to survive without food during the cold weather. This chipmunk hibernates.

  hibernate

soak up


(sohk up)

To take in something. A sponge can soak up water.

soak up

burrow


(BUR-oh)

Noun: A hole that an animal digs in the ground to live in.
Verb: To dig a hole in the ground to live in.

  burrow
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