VOA慢速英语(翻译+字幕+讲解):熊迹追踪 动物园现新科技
日期:2017-04-07 19:32

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Follow Yosemite National Park's Bears Online
This is What's Trending Today.
You can now follow the bears in California's Yosemite National Park online.
No, that does not mean the bears now all have Twitter profiles. But they are connected to the internet via satellite. They have their own website. It is keepbearswild.org.
The park has about 500 bears within its borders, and last year, had over 5 million visitors.
Now, about 20 bears are wearing collars with GPS trackers. You can follow their movements on a map of the park.
But if you go looking for them, you probably will not find the bears. For both the safety of the bears, and people, there is a delay.
The website also shows where 28 bears were hit by cars in 2016. Some of them were killed.
With the collars, park rangers and wildlife scientists can keep track of the bears within the park. They can also learn some new things.
For example, bear experts were surprised to learn that the bears begin mating in May. That is over one month sooner than they thought.
They also found that the bears can travel up to 48 kilometers per day, and that includes climbing up steep mountains.
The collars will allow park rangers to know if bears are getting too close to campgrounds. The rangers want to keep both the bears and the humans safe.
The Yosemite Conservancy spent almost $300,000 on the mapping project.
Frank Dean is the president of the conservancy. He says the new information about the bears should keep them safer.
"People love to see the bears," he said. "Protecting them is something we can all do."
Jesse Garcia studies black bears for the state of California. He says visitors to the park need to understand that they are in the bears' home.
"You've got to give them their distance and always be aware, knowing that they're there," he said.
And that's What's Trending Today.
I'm Dan Friedell.

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词汇解析

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1.park rangers 公园管理员

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He loves nature so much that he is thinking about becoming a park ranger.
他非常热爱大自然,甚至打算去当公园管理员JvZBIu]1@t#LB

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2.black bears 黑熊

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In our zoo there are also brown bears, black bears and white bears.
我们的动物园里还有棕熊、黑熊和白熊I#Z+meDn,8a

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3.be aware of 了解;明白

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We must be aware of the whole circumstances.
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4.looking for 寻找

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I happened on just the thing I'd been looking for.
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内容解析

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1.The collars will allow park rangers to know if bears are getting too close to campgrounds.

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get close to 接近;靠近

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Children craned to get close to him.
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They tell me not to get close to a stranger.
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2.They also found that the bears can travel up to 48 kilometers per day, and that includes climbing up steep mountains.

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climbing up 攀爬

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I told her about him climbing up the drainpipe.
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They were climbing up a narrow mountain road.
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熊迹追踪 动物园现新科技
这里是《今日热点》节目nA0J%#x]7Cn[BZ.^zA
现在,大家可在线追踪加利福尼亚州约瑟米蒂国家公园里的熊踪迹了oJTWX@muj9^a8n@RCS
不,这并不是说熊注册了推特资料.=,lFj23K&7QA=60gqqs。而是通过卫星定位让熊与网络相连IZa^dIWoB0Y。这些萌熊有自己的网站6m67jJ~~aHwvY0bF)WU。网址名为keepbearswild.org;1Kh]O(AP8~TaKq38
约瑟米蒂国家公园内有约500只熊rO%XeFilnf;A52VP0。去年,约500多万名游客前来参观N%EC.@R]Ak7v_krV

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如今,约20只熊戴上装有GPS追踪器的项圈v8Z[rnrN%^b%S+。大家可在公园地图上追踪熊的踪迹.jJ*DVepTF6iWEAa%.[
不过,如果你想寻找熊的话,可能会有点困难8C2Jc[5dky。为了熊与人的安全,定位信息传送会有一定的延迟qf!P4_Mpq-nS
该网站还展示了去年28只熊被车撞到的地点A(IJu&.za6G2zFCj+。有的熊因此死亡K+W0;I3Fc*Xr+&=
公园管理员和野生动物科学家可通过项圈在公园里追踪熊的踪迹Sa#|D]e^|w。他们还可以发现一些新现象oyDN^C8GUD_C!,p|d
熊类专家惊讶地发现,5月份熊就开始了交配_-f.Lkh9ErUW]yS。比预期早了一个多月01EX%-WYV@1hW=6#77D*
他们还发现,熊每天的运动线路长达48千米,包括攀爬陡峭的山崖khiqN+llZ^U
公园管理员还可通过项圈了解熊是否过于靠近营地W,kLUi-Gy6AJy。管理员希望熊与游客的安全都能得到保障@L+IYJZu]C[
约瑟米蒂保护协会在追踪项目上斥资约30万美元m!7W1vk39x
弗兰克·迪安(Frank Dean)是保护协会会长1=,Ydv)EjaU-kpb0(^9.。他表示,熊的最新动态能够让它们更加安全Kji0]I2OH]pPp~1X=kW1
他还说“游客们喜欢熊TDYuW9QuvRK。”“保护它们是我们不可推卸的责任,AI.bs4_9TA。”
杰西·加西亚(Jesse Garcia)主要研究加利福尼亚州的黑熊IxFe!3)*]&z)。他说,公园内的众游客需要知晓,这是熊的地盘[CHIDw2[uqOEB[!TA
他强调:“游客需要与熊保持安全距离,并且还须时刻警惕它们所处的方位”F6.Em8~4%Td6|&3(
以上为《今日热点》#35Lr5JV,D,^!w.S6!1N
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重点单词
  • rangern. 守林人,骑警,突击队员
  • trackn. 小路,跑道,踪迹,轨道,乐曲 v. 跟踪,追踪
  • delayv. 耽搁,推迟,延误 n. 耽搁,推迟,延期
  • steepadj. 陡峭的,险峻的,(价格)过高的 n. 陡坡
  • understandvt. 理解,懂,听说,获悉,将 ... 理解为,认为
  • frankadj. 坦白的,直率的,真诚的 vt. 免费邮寄,使自