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A storm passed by my place last night. A thunder and the roaring sound of rain startled me from my sleep and I looked through the window. The hazy dark shadow of the old jackfruit swayed tremendously and gleamed on the wardrobe in my room made bright and dark streaks glimmeringly. Raindrops were blown into my room so I had to close the window. Since then I curled up motionlessly under my blanket to listen to the mixture of sounds. The wind swung the window against window bars and made rattles as if somebody was knocking the door. I found a fear came into my mind but an excitement also came after. I kept as silent as possible with light and deep breaths and my blanket pulled right up to my neck as if I afraied of being found out by someone. I felt that I was like a kid who was hiding in its room and listen to an argument of the sky father and the earth mother and the rumbles between them. I don't know when I fell asleep after then. When I woke up again this morning, the storm stopped as if it had never come. The old jackfruit stand there placidly and the birds chattered happily outside the window.
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Please correct my report about Himalaya habitat. The Himalayas are the largest mountain range on earth, which stretch about 3200km from east Asia to west Asia. At an altitude of 8000 meters, the air is thin, and the area is very very cold, covered with permafrost and snow. However, while it looks like a very harsh place to live in, the region actually abounds in a lot of wildlife that nurtures the rich ecosystem. In fact, there are at least 12000 species of living things living there. →What kind of creatures do you think live there? The Himalayas are home to sheep, antelope, deer, and predators that prey on them such as snow leopards, wolves and tigers. However, the WWF report points out that as a result of rapid population growth and development, only 25% of the eastern Himalayas' original natural landscape remains. Hundreds of species of wild animals and plants living there are endangered. The report says. "the challenge here is to maintain the threatened ecosystems. The challenge here is to maintain the threatened ecosystems and to prevent the unknown wildlife from going extinct."
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