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captive
Kept in a prison(ADJ)
habitat
The sort of place where a certain animal usually lives(N)
eyesight
The poer of seeing(N)
species
A group of plants or animals that have certain common features(N)
debris
Rubbis' scattered bits and pieces(N)
enables
To allow; give the ability(V)
galleon
A large sailing ship used in the 1400s and 1500s.(N)
fearsome
scary; frightening (ADJ)
reel
To whirl; feel dizzy(V)
recommended
To speak in favor of(V)
sunken
Resting under the water(ADJ)
driftwood
Wood that has washed ashore(N)
investigate
To look into with great care(V)
obstacle
Something that is in the way(N)
handhold
Something to take hold of with the hands.(N)
mainmast
The pole on a ship that holds the largest sail(N)
navigate
To steer a boat or plane(V)
billows
A large wave(N)
vaguely
In an unclear way; dimly(ADV)
devote
To give up time to an activity(V)
crevice
Crack; narrow split(N)
imprisoned
Locked up; put in prison(ADJ)
tombs
A grave; a place for a dead body(N)
draft
A drink(N)
sustained
Supported; held up.(ADJ)
aloft
Up in the air
artifacts
Something made by people long ago(N)
chambers
A room(N)
mortals
A human being(N)
uplifted
Raised up and held in the air(ADJ)
evidence
A sign that something is there or has happened(N)
descent
Downward movement(N)
blacksmith
A person who makes things out of iron, using a furnace and hammer(N)
prey
To hunt and kill(V)
historic
Very important; likely to be remembered for a long time(ADJ)
barnacles
A small, shelled sea animal that clings to rocks and ships' bottoms(N)
spiny
Having pointed spines or thorns(ADJ)
bracelets
Jewerly worn around the arm or wrist(N)
archaeologists
A scientist who studies people who lived long ago(N)
Fahrenheit
Relating to a temperature scale where water freezes at 32 degrees and boils at 21 degrees(adj)
mantle
The layer of the earth that is just under the top layer, or crust(N)
destination
The place to which someone is going(N)
jewerly
Decorations for the body: rings, bracelets, and necklaces (N)
sapphire
A gem that is blue in color(N)
unearth
To dig out of the ground.(V)
Emeralds
A Gem that is deep green in color(N)
hull
The frame of a ship(N)
ruby
A gem that is deep red in color(N)
Gems
A stone that is worth a lot of money; a stone used in jewelry(N)
aviation
Flying in balloons or airplanes(N)
fabulous
Imaginary; as if out of a fable
buoy
A float used as a warning or marker(N)
expanded
To become larger
overtook
Caught up with(V)
civilization
The society and culture of a people(N)
rodent
A type of mammal that gnaws with its teeth, such as a mouse(N)
altitude
Height; the distance above the ground(N)
scuba
Using equipment for breathing underwater
hibernate
To spend the winter sleeping(V)
distinguish
To see the differences(V)
discoverers
A person who finds something(N)
migration
movement from one place to another(N)
feat
A great or unusual act(N)
veered
To change direction(V)
airborne
Off the ground; carried by the air(ADJ)
pyramids
A huge pointed building made of stone(N)
undersea
Beneath the surface of the sea(ADJ)
expedition
A journey with a special purpose
glimmer
To appear to give off a dim light(V)
evident
Easy to see or tell; plain(ADJ)