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雅思听力题库:剑桥雅思第9册Test1听力真题及原

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  以下为本站整理的剑桥雅思第9册Test1听力真题及原文。

  Test 1

  LISTENING

  SECTION 1 Questions 1-10

  Complete the notes below.

  Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

  JOB ENQUIRY

  Example

  Work at: a restaurant

  Type of work:1__________

  Number of hours per week:12 hours

  Would need work permit

  Work in the:2__________branch

  Nearest bus stop:next to 3__________

  Pay:4£__________an hour

  Extra benefits:

  - a free dinner

  - extra pay when you work on 5__________

  - transport home when you work 6__________

  Qualities required:

  - 7__________

  - ability to 8________

  Interview arranged for:Thursday 9__________at 6 p.m.

  Bring the names of two referees

  Ask for:Samira 10__________

  SECTION 2

  Question 11-16

  Complete the notes below.

  Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

  SPROTS WORLD

  a new 11__________ of an international sports goods company

  Located in the shopping centre to the 12__________ of Bradcaster

  Has sports 13__________ and equipment on floors 1-3

  Can get you any item within 14__________ days

  Shop specialises in equipment for 15__________

  Has a special section which just sells 16__________

  Questions 17 and 18

  Choose the correct letters,A,B or C.

  17 A champion athlete will be in the shop

  A on Saturday morning only.

  B all day Saturday .

  C for the whole weekend.

  18 The first person to answer 20 quiz questions correctly will win

  A gym membership.

  B a video.

  C a calendar.

  Question 19 and 20

  Choose TWO letters,A-E.

  Which TWO pieces of information does the speaker give about the fitness test?

  A you need to reserve a place.

  B it is free to account holders.

  C you get advice on how to improve your health.

  D it takes place in a special clinic.

  E it is cheaper this month.

  SECTION 3 Questions 21-30

  Choose the correct letter,A,B or C.

  Course Feedback

  21 one reason why Spiors felt happy about his marketing presentation was that

  A he was not nervous.

  B his style was good.

  C the presentation was the best in his group.

  22 what surprised Hiroko about the other student’ presentations?

  A their presentations were not interesting.

  B they found their presentations stressful.

  C they didn’t look at the audience enough.

  23 after she gave her presentation,Hiroko felt

  A delighted.

  B dissatisfied.

  C embarrassed.

  24 how does Spiros feel about his performance in tutorials?

  A not very happy

  B really pleased

  C fairly confident

  25 why can the other students participate so easily in discussions?

  A they are polite to each other.

  B they agree to take turns in speaking.

  C they know each other well.

  26 why is Hiroko feeling more positive about tutorials now?

  A she finds the other students’ opinions more interesting.

  B she is making more of a contribution.

  C the tutor includes her in the discussion.

  27 to help her understand lectures, Hiroko

  A consulted reference materials.

  B had extra tutorials with her lecturers.

  C borrowed lecture notes from other students.

  28 what does Spiros think of his reading skills?

  A he reads faster than he used to.

  B it still takes him a long time to read.

  C he tends to struggle with new vocabulary.

  29 what is Hiroko’s subject area?

  A environmental studies

  B health education

  C engineering

  30 Hiroko thinks that in the reading classes the students should

  A learn more vocabulary.

  B read more in their own subject areas.

  C develop better reading strategies.

  SECTION 4

  Questions 31-40

  Complete the notes below.

  Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

  Mass Strandings of Whales and Dolphins

  Mass strandings: situations where groups of whales,dolphins,etc.swim onto the beach and die

  Common in areas where the 31__________ can change quickly

  Several other theories:

  Parasites

  e.g. Some parasites can affect marine animals’ 32__________, which they depend on for navigation

  Toxins

  Poisons from 33__________or__________are commonly consumed by whales

  e.g.Cape Cod(1988)-whales were killed by saxitoxin

  Accidental Strandings

  Animals may follow prey ashore,e.g.Thurston(1995)

  Unlikely because the majority of animals were not 34__________ when they stranded

  Human Activity

  35__________ from military tests are linked to some recent strandings

  The Bahamas(2000) stranding was unusual because the whales

  -were all 36__________

  -were not in a 37__________

  Group Behaviour

  - More strandings in the mosr 38________ species of whales

  - 1994 dolphin stranding--only the 39__________ was ill

  Further Reading

  Marine Mammals Ashore(Connor)--gives information about stranding 40__________

  Text 1

  Section1

  W: Good evening. King's restaurant.

  W:晚上好。国王的餐厅。

  M: Good evening. I'm ringing about the job I understand you have vacant?

  M:晚上好。我打电话是关于工作我理解你有空吗?

  W: Oh, yes.

  W:哦,是的。

  M: I'd like to find out a few more details if I may.

  M:我想如果我可以找到更多的细节。

  W: Yes, of course. Can I take your name?

  W:是的,当然。我能把你的名字吗?

  M: It's Peter Chin.

  M:这是彼得的下巴。

  W: Ok, Peter. Well, if you want to ask about the job and then if we're both still interested, we could arrange you to come for an interview.

  W:好的,彼得。好吧,如果你想问一下工作,然后如果我们都仍然有兴趣,我们可以安排你来参加面试。

  M: Great, thanks. I'm afraid I missed the advert for the job but I heard about it from a friend.

  M:很好,谢谢。我恐怕错过了广告的工作,但是我从一个朋友那里听说的。

  W: That's no problem at all. What would you like to know?

  W:没问题。你想知道什么?

  M: Well, um, what sort of work is it- washing up?

  M:好吧,嗯,什么样的工作——洗餐具吗?

  W: It's answering the phone.

  W:这是接电话。

  M: Oh, right, fine.

  哦,对了,很好。

  W: And not waiting at table.

  W:而不是等在桌子上。

  M: That'll be good. And how many nights a week would it be?

  M:那就好。每周多少天呢?

  W: Well, we're really only busy at the weekend.

  W:好吧,我们真的只有忙碌的周末。

  M: So two nights?

  M:那两个晚上?

  W: Three actually, so it would work out 12 hours a week.

  W:三,所以每周工作了12个小时。

  M: That'd be fine. It wouldn't interfere with my studies.

  M:那就好。它不会影响我的学习。

  W: Are you in the university?

  W:你是在大学吗?

  M: Yes, first year Physics student.

  M:是的,第一年物理学生。

  W: Oh, right

  W:哦,对了

  M: Because I'm not an EU national, would I need a work permit?

  M:因为我不是一个欧盟国家,我需要一个工作许可证吗?

  W: Yes, you would. Just get you tutor to sign it.

  W:是的,你可以。只是让你导师签字。

  M: That wouldn't be a problem if I were to get the job. Um, where exactly is the restaurant?

  M:这不会是一个问题如果我得到那份工作。嗯,到底是餐厅在哪里?

  W: Well, we have two branches- the one we're recruiting for is in Hillsdunne road.

  W:好吧,我们有两个分支——我们正在招聘Hillsdunne道路。

  M: Em, I don't know that. How do you spell it, please?

  M:哦,我不知道。怎么拼写吗?

  W: It's H-I-double L-S-D-U- double N-E Road.

  W:这是H-I-double L-S-D-U——双n e路。

  M: Got that, thanks. Is it near a bus stop?

  M:明白了,谢谢。这是一个公共汽车站附近吗?

  W: Yes, the nearest one would probably be just beside the library.

  是的,最近的一个可能就在图书馆的旁边。

  M: Oh, yes, I know it. That'll be fine for me. And could I ask about the pay?

  M:哦,是的,我知道。这对我来说会好起来的。我能问一下工资吗?

  W: We're offering 4.45 pounds an hour.

  W:我们提供每小时4.45英镑。

  M: That's very good. My last job was 3.95 an hour.

  M:很好。我的上一份工作是3.95一个小时。

  W: We feel it's pretty good and we also offer some good fringe benefits(附加福利).

  W:我们感觉很好,我们也提供一些好的福利(附加福利)。

  M: Really?

  M:真的吗?

  W: Well, we give you a free dinner, so you eat well.

  W:好吧,我们给你一个免费的晚餐,所以你吃好。

  M: Right. Better than hostel food.

  M:对的。比旅馆的食物。

  W: We certainly hope so. And we also offer extra pay for working on national holidays.

  W:我们当然希望如此。我们还提供额外的支付在国定假日工作。

  M: Oh, that's a really good perk(额外收入), isn't it?

  M:哦,这是一个很好的活跃(额外收入),不是吗?

  W: Yes, we think so. And then because of the difficulties of getting public transport, if you're working after 11 o'clock, we drive you home.

  W:是的,我们是这样认为的。然后因为公共交通的困难,如果你工作在11点钟,我们开车送你回家。

  M: Oh, that's good to know.

  M:哦,这很好。

  W: We'd certainly be interested in inviting you for an interview, if you're still interested?

  W:我们会邀请你参加面试肯定会感兴趣,如果你还感兴趣吗?

  M: Oh, yes, certainly. Could I just also ask what qualities you're looing for?

  M:噢,是的,当然。我也可以问你瞧什么素质?

  W: Well, for this particular job, we want a clear voice, which you obviously do have

  W:好吧,对于这个工作,我们需要一个清晰的声音,显然,你有

  M: Thanks.

  M:谢谢。

  W: And you must be able to think quickly, you know.

  W:你必须能够迅速思考,你知道的。

  M: Well, I hope I'd...

  M:好吧,我希望我……

  W: So, when could you come in for an interview. We're actually quite quiet tonight?

  W:所以,当你能来参加面试。今晚我们很安静吗?

  M: Sorry, I couldn't come tonight or tomorrow, I'm afraid. Thursday is ok, that'd be 22nd of October.

  M:对不起,我今晚不能来还是明天,我害怕。星期四是好的,10月22日。

  W: Fine, after 5 pm?

  W:很好,在下午5点以后呢?

  M: Yes, fine. Would 6 o'clock be ok?

  M:是的,很好。6点会好吗?

  W: Perfect. And could you bring along the names of two referees?

  W:完美。和你可以带两个裁判的名字吗?

  M: Yes, that's fine. No problem.

  M:是的,这很好。没有问题。

  W: Good, I look forward to seeing you.

  W:好的,我期待着见到你。

  M: Oh, by the way, who should I ask for?

  哦,顺便说一下,我应该问谁呢?

  W: Oh, yes, of course, sorry. My name is Samira Manuja

  W:噢,是的,当然了,抱歉。我的名字是萨米Manuja

  M: Can you spell that please?

  M:你能拼写吗?

  W: M-a-n-u-j-a

  W:M-a-n-u-j-a

  M: Ok, I've got that. Thank you very much.

  M:好的,我明白了。非常感谢。

  W: Look forward to seeing later ...

  W:期待以后……

  Section2

  M: Now we go to Jane who is going to tell us about what's happening in town this weekend.

  M:现在我们去简谁来告诉我们关于这个周末在城里发生了什么。

  W: Right, thanks, Andrew, and now on to what's new, and do we really need yet another sports shopping Bradcaster? Well, most of you probably know Sports World- the branch of a Danish sports goods company that opened a few years ago-it's attracted a lot of custom, and so the company has now decided to open another branch in the area. It's going to be in the shopping center to the west of Bradcaster, so that will be good news for all of you who found the original shop in the North of the town hard to get to.

  W:是的,谢谢,安德鲁,现在有什么新鲜事,和我们真的需要另一个体育购物Bradcaster吗?好吧,大部分都知道的体育世界——丹麦的分支体育用品公司,开了几年前,吸引了很多的习俗,现在公司已经决定再开一家分店。这将是Bradcaster以西的购物中心,这将是一个好消息对所有人发现原来的店镇北部的难以到达。

  I was invited to a special preview and I can promise you, this is the ultimate in sports retailing. The whole place has been given a new minimalist(极简主义者) look with the company's signature colors of black and red.

  我被邀请参加一个特殊的预览,我可以向你保证,这是最终的体育零售。整个地方得到一个新极简主义(极简主义者)看起来与公司的签名的颜色黑色和红色。

  The first three floors have a huge range of sports clothing as well as the equipment. And on the top floor, there is a cafe and a book & DVD section. You'll find all the well-known names as well as some less well-known ones.

  第一个三层有一个巨大的范围的运动服装和设备。在顶层,有一个咖啡厅和一本书& DVD部分。你会发现所有著名的名称以及一些不知名的。

  If they haven't got exactly what you want in the stock, they promised to get it for you in 10 days, unlike the other store, where it can take up to 14 days. They cover all the major sports, including football, tennis, and swimming, but they particularly focus on running and they claim to have the widest range of equipment in the country. As well as that, a whole section of the third floor is devoted to sports bags, including the latest design from the States- If you can't find what you want here, it doesn't exist.

  如果他们没有什么你想在股票,他们承诺在10天后为你得到它,与其他商店,需要14天。它们覆盖所有主要的运动,包括足球、网球、游泳,但他们特别关注跑步,他们声称有广泛的设备。以及,三楼的整个部分致力于运动袋,包括从美国最新的设计,如果你找不到你想要的东西在这里,它不存在。

  The shop would be open from 9 am this Saturday, and if you go along to the opening then you'll have the chance to meet the national 400 meters running champion Paul King, who's coming along to open the shop, and he will be stay around until about the midday to chat to any fans who want to meet him and sign autographs.

  商店将从这个星期六上午9点开放,如果你沿着开幕式那么你就有机会符合国家400米跑冠军保罗国王,谁来打开商店,和他将呆到中午聊天任何球迷想要见到他和签名。

  Then there will be a whole range of special attractions all weekend. There will be free tickets for local sporting events for the first 50 customers, and also a special competition open to all, just answer 15 out of 20 sports questions correctly to win a signed copy of Paul King's DVD 'Spring Tips', while the first person to get all the questions correct gets a year's free membership of the Bradcaster Gym. All entrance will receive a special Sports calendar with details of all Bradcaster fixtures in the coming year.

  然后会有一系列的特殊景点整个周末。将会有免费的票为当地体育赛事第一50个客户,也是一个特殊的竞争向所有人开放,只是回答15的20体育问题正确赢得保罗国王的DVD的签署副本“春天技巧”,而第一个获得所有的问题正确的得到一年的免费会员的Bradcaster健身房。所有入口将得到一个特殊的体育日历与细节的Bradcaster装置在未来一年。

  One of the special opening offers is a fitness test- a complete review of your cardiac fitness and muscle tone, actually done in the shop by qualified staff. This would normally cost 30 pounds but is available at half price for this month only. There are only a limited number of places available for this, so to make a booking phone 560341.

  的一个特殊的开放提供了健康测试——一个完整的回顾你的心脏健康和肌肉张力,实际上在商店由合格的人员完成。这通常会花30磅,但可在本月价格只有一半。只有数量有限的名额,所以做一个预订电话560341。

  In addition, if you open an account you get lots more special offers including the chance to try out the equipment at the special opening evenings...

  此外,如果您开户你得到更多特价包括机会试用设备在特殊的晚上…

  Section3

  Pro: Before we start, Spiros and Hiroko, thanks for coming in today to talk about your recent study experiences and congratulations to you both in doing so well in the first semester exams. I'd like to discuss with you the value of the English for Academic Purposes course you did here last year before starting your university course. Spiros, if I could start with you, what parts of the programme have now proved to be particularly valuable to you?

  正方观点:在我们开始之前,斯皮罗和宽子,谢谢你今天来谈谈你最近的研究经验和祝贺你俩这样做在第一学期考试。我想和你讨论学术用途英语课程的价值开始前你去年在这里做你的大学课程。斯皮罗,如果我可以跟你开始,项目的哪些部分已经被证明是特别有价值的吗?

  S: I think that having to do a seminar presentation really helped me. For example, a couple of weeks ago in our marketing subject, when it was my turn to give presentation, I felt quite confident. Of course, I was still nervous but because I had done one before, I knew what to expect. Also, I know I was well prepared and I had practised my timing. In fact, I think that in relation to some of the other people in my group, I did quite a good job because my overall style was quite professional.

  S:我认为需要一个研讨会演讲真的帮助了我。例如,几个星期前在我们的营销主题,当轮到我给演讲时,我感到很有信心。当然,我仍然很紧张,而是因为我之前做了一个,我知道会发生什么。同时,我知道我是充分的准备,我已经练习我的时机。事实上,我认为,有关的其他一些人在我的小组,我做了一个很好的工作,因为我的整体风格相当专业。

  Pro: What about you Hiroko?

  职业:宽子吗?

  H: Mmm, that's interesting. In my group, I was really surprised by the way students did their presentations - they just read the notes aloud. Can you believe that? They didn't worry about their presentation style or keeping eye contact with their audience - and I remember that these things were really stressed to us in the course here.

  H:嗯,这很有趣。在我的小组,我真的很惊讶学生做演示的方式——他们只是朗读笔记。你能相信吗?他们不担心他们的演讲风格或保持眼睛接触他们的听众,我记得这些事情真的是强调我们在这里。

  Pro: So, how did you approach your presentation Hiroko?

  职业:那么,你是怎么演讲方法宽子吗?

  H: Well, to speak frankly, I read my notes too. At the time, it was a relief to do it this way, but actually when I had finished I didn't fell any real sense of satisfaction. I didn't feel positive about the experience at all.

  H:嗯,坦率地说,我读我的笔记。当时,这样做是一种解脱,但实际上,当我完成了我没有了任何真正的满足感。我没有感觉积极的经验。

  S: That's a pity. You know although I was pleased with my presentation, I'm not so pleased with my actual performance right now in the tutorials - during the whole semester I've not said anything in our tutorial discussions. Not a word.

  S:这是一个遗憾。你知道虽然我很满意我的表现,我不太满意我的实际表现现在教程-在整个学期我没有说什么在我们的教程中讨论。一个字也没有。

  H: Really, Spiros, why is that? Do the other students talk too much?

  H:真的,斯皮罗,这是为什么呢?其他的学生说得太多吗?

  S: It's partly that, but it's mostly because I have had no confidence to speak out. Their style of speaking is so differen - it's not the style we were used to during the course. There are so many colloquialism(白话,口语,俗话,方言), they not very polite and sometimes they seems to be no order in their discussion. Also they are very familiar with each other, so because they know each other's habits, they can let each other into the discussion.

  S:这部分,但这主要是因为我没有信心说出来。说话的风格是如此的与众不同,它不是我们用来在风格。有很多口语(白话,口语,俗话,方言),他们不是很礼貌,有时他们似乎没有秩序的讨论。他们彼此非常熟悉,因为他们知道彼此的习惯,可以让彼此到讨论。

  H: You're right, Spiros. I've experienced that too.

  H:你是对的,斯皮罗。我经历过。

  H: For most of this semester, I've said absolutely nothing in two tutorials. But recently I've been trying to speak up more and I just jump in. And I've noticed an interesting thing. I've noticed that if they thought my point was interesting and new, then the next time they actually asked for my opinion, and then it was much easier for me to be part of the discussion.

  H:这学期的大部分时间里,我在两个教程说绝对没有。但是最近我一直在说话,我跳。我注意到一个有趣的事情。我注意到,如果他们认为我的观点是有趣的和新的,然后下次他们询问我的意见,然后对我来说,这是更容易讨论的一部分。

  S: That's great, Hiroko. I hope that happens for me next semester-I'll have to work hard to find some interesting points. What help you to find these ideas?

  史:那太好了,宽子。我希望我下个学期我将发生必须努力工作来找到一些有趣的观点。这些想法帮助你找到什么?

  H: I think that one thing that helped me with this was the reading. I've had to do so much reading this semester just to help me to make sense of the lectures. At first I couldn’t understand what the lecturers were talking about, so I had to turn to the books and journals. Every night I read for hours, using the lists of references that were given, and I made pages of notes. At breakfast, I read and read my notes again. This habit has helped me to follow the ideas in the lectures, and it's also given me some ideas to use in the tutorials.

  H:我认为一件事帮助我,这是阅读。这学期我必须做很多阅读只是为了帮助我的讲座。起初我不明白老师在谈论什么,所以我不得不求助于书籍和期刊。每天晚上我读几个小时,使用引用的列表是,我做了一页的笔记。在早餐,我阅读和阅读我的笔记了。这个习惯使我的想法的讲座,也给了我一些建议使用的教程。

  S: But I did so much readings anyway- I don't think there's any time left over for anything extra. My reading speed is still quite slow, though I'm much better at dealing with vocabulary than I used to be.

  S:但是我还是做了很多数据,我不认为有任何额外的时间留下任何东西。我的阅读速度还相当缓慢,虽然我比我更好地处理词汇。

  Pro: What else do you think we could add to the course program to help with this reading problem?

  职业:还有什么你认为我们可以添加的课程计划,帮助阅读问题?

  S: Er, there's not really anything because it's my problem. I remember we were given long articles to read. We didn't like that but now I realise that reading those long articles was good preparation for the things I need to read now. Also, in class we regularly had speed-reading tasks to do, and we kept a record of our reading speed, so the teachers were encouraging us to work on that.

  S:呃,没有真正的东西,因为它是我的问题。我记得我们长文章阅读。我们不喜欢,但现在我意识到,读那些长文章很好现在读准备我所需要的东西。另外,在课堂上我们经常有快速阅读任务,我们保持一个记录我们的阅读速度,所以老师们鼓励我们的工作。

  H: That's true, Spiros, but what we read could have been different. Sometime in the English class I felt frustrated when I had to read articles about the environment or health or education, because I wanted to concentrate on my own field, but we didn't read anything about engineering. So, I think I wasted some time learning vocabulary I didn't need.

  斯皮罗H:没错,但我们阅读可能是不同的。在英语课上我感到沮丧当我不得不读关于环境或健康或教育的文章,因为我想专注于自己的领域,但我们没有任何关于工程读。所以,我认为我浪费了一些时间学习词汇我不需要。

  Pro: But surely this strategies you were taught for dealing with that vocabulary were helpful?

  正方观点:但这个策略你教词汇的处理是有用吗?

  H: Yes, but psychologically speaking, I would have felt much better working on reading from my own field. What do you think Spiros?

  H:是的,但是心理上来说,我觉得更好的阅读来自我自己的领域。你觉得斯皮罗?

  S: Well, I agree. That would have helped my confidence too, and I would have been more motivated. And it was good though that we could work on our own topics when we wrote the research assignments.

  S:嗯,我同意。这也会帮助我的信心,我更有动力。和很好,我们可以在我们自己的主题,当我们写的研究任务。

  Pro: Ok, that's move on to writing now...

  职业:好的,现在继续写……

  Section4

  Good afternoon everyone. Well, with some of you will go out on fieldwork it's timely that in this afternoon's session I'll be sharing some ideas about the reasons why groups of whales and dolphins sometimes swim ashore from the sea right onto the beach and, most often, die in what were known as "mass stranding".

  大家下午好。与一些你将出去野外工作及时,在今天下午的会议我将分享一些想法的原因有时成群的鲸鱼和海豚游泳上岸从大海到海滩,多数情况下,死在什么被称为“大规模搁浅”。

  Unfortunately, this type of event is a frequent occurrence in some of the locations that you'll be travelling to, where sometimes the tide goes out suddenly, confusing the animals. However, there are many other theories about the causes of mass strandings.

  不幸的是,这种类型的事件经常发生在一些地方,你会旅行,有时突然潮水退去,混淆了动物。然而,还有许多其他理论大规模搁浅事件的原因。

  The first is that the behavior is linked to parasites. It's often found that stranded animals were infested with large numbers of parasites. For instance, a type of worm is commonly found in the ears of dead whales. Since marine animals rely heavily on their hearing to navigate, this type of infestation has the potential to be very harmful.

  首先,行为与寄生虫。它经常发现被困动物和大量的寄生虫感染。例如,一个类型的蠕虫是常见的耳朵死鲸鱼。自海洋动物严重依赖他们的听力来导航,这种类型的感染有可能是非常有害的。

  Another theory is related to toxins, or poisons. These have also been found to contribute to the death of many marine animals. Many toxins, as I'm sure you're aware, originate from plants, or animals. The whale ingests these toxins in its normal feeding behavior but whether these poisons directly or indirectly lead to stranding and death, seems to depend upon the toxin involved.

  另一个理论是与毒素有关,或毒药。这些也被发现导致许多海洋动物的死亡。许多毒素,因为我相信你知道,来自植物或动物。鲸鱼吸入这些有毒物质在其正常摄食行为但这些毒药是否直接或间接地导致滞留和死亡,似乎取决于所涉及的毒素。

  In 1988, for example, fourteen humpback whales exclaimed after stranding along the beaches of Cape Code were found to have been poisoned after eating tuna that contained saxitoxin, the same toxin that can be fatal to humans.

  1988年,例如,十四座头鲸搁浅后喊道沿着海滩披肩的代码被发现已经中毒后吃金枪鱼含有贝类毒素,对人类同样的毒素,可以是致命的。

  Alternatively, it has also been suggested that some animals stranded accidentally by following their prey ashore in the confusion of the chase. In 1995 David Thurston monitored pilot whales that beached after following the squid ashore. However, this idea does not seem to hold true for the majority of mass strandings because examination of the animals' stomach contents reveal that most had not been feeding as they stranded.

  另外,它也被认为有些动物被困猎物上岸后意外的混乱的追逐。1995年戴维·瑟斯顿监控领航鲸,鱿鱼后上岸后搁浅。然而,这个想法似乎并不适用于大多数的大规模搁浅事件因为考试动物的胃内容显示,大多数没有喂养滞留。

  There were also some new theories, which link strandings to hunmans. A growing concern is that loud noises in the ocean cause stranings. Noises such as these caused by military exercises are of particular concern and have been pinpointed as the cause of some strandings of late.

  也有一些新的理论,联系hunmans搁浅事件。越来越担心的是,海洋中噪音引起过滤。噪音等这些军事演习引起特别关注,已经发现一些搁浅事件的原因。

  One of these, a mass stranding of whales in 2000 in the Bahamas conincided closely with experiments using a new submarine detection system. There are several factors that made this stranding stand out as different from previous strandings. This led researchers to look for a new cause. For one, all the stranded animals were healthy. In addition, the animals were spread out along 38 kilometers of coast, whereas it's more for the animals to be found in a group when mass strandings occur.

  其中之一,在2000年的一次大规模搁浅鲸鱼在巴哈马conincided与实验使用新的潜艇探测系统。有几个因素使这搁浅是不同于以前的搁浅事件。这使得研究人员寻找新的事业。首先,所有的被困动物健康。此外,动物是38公里的海岸,而更多的动物被发现在一群大规模搁浅事件发生。

  A final theory is related to group behaviour, and sugests that sea mammals cannot distinguish between sick and healthy leaders and will follow sick leaders, even to an inevitable death. This is a particularly interesting theory since the whales that are thought to be most social-the toothed whaled- are the group that strand the most frequently.

  最后理论与组织行为,sugests海洋哺乳动物不能区分生病和健康的领导人和生病的领导人,甚至不可避免的死亡。这是一个特别有趣的理论,因为鲸鱼,被认为是大多数社会的齿鲸鱼——组织链是最频繁。

  The theory is also supported by evidence from a dolphin stranding in 1994. Examination of the dead animals revealed that apart from the leader, all the others had been healthy at the time of their death.

  证据支持的理论也从1994年的海豚搁浅。考试的死动物透露,除了领导之外,其他所有的健康在他们死的时候。

  Without one consistent theory however it is very hard for us to do anything about this phenomenon except to assist animal where and when we can. Stranding networks have been established around the world to aid in rescuing animals and collecting samples form those that could not be helped. I recommended John Connor's Marine Mammals ashore as an excellent starting point if you're interested in finding out more about there networks, or establishing one yourself.

  然而没有一个一致的理论很难我们做任何关于这种现象除了帮助动物,当我们可以。滞留网络已经建立了世界各地帮助拯救动物和那些不能帮助收集样本形式。我推荐约翰康纳的海洋哺乳动物上岸一个很好的起点,如果你感兴趣更多关于网络,或建立一个你自己。

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