abundant | endangered, rare | indigenous, local, native | marine, urban, wetland
VERB + WILDLIFE
preserve, protect, save
They called on the government to help protect native wildlife.
| attract, encourage
The large variety of native plants attracts wildlife to the area.
| benefit | endanger, threaten
The increasing use of pesticides threatens the wildlife of the area.
| damage, harm | disturb
Do not allow your dog to disturb wildlife.
| be (a) home for/to, be rich in
The forest is home to a wealth of wildlife.
WILDLIFE + NOUN
habitat | area, garden, haven, park, refuge, reserve, sanctuary, site
The school has its own small wildlife garden.
| conservation, management, protection | trade
the illegal wildlife trade
| artist, cameraman, film-maker, photographer
a wealth of wildlife
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