Watch this short video clip from a BBC nature documentary and fill in the blanks in the transcript with only one or two words.
I’m desperately trying to figure out the difference between these three (1) … . Those two – the two scrapping – they’re both males. And that looks like a male, too. I’m pretty sure these are three males. Definitely, three little males. Look at them! They’re really going at it! And fighting. That actually is a hugely important part of adult male cheetah (2) … .
These three are going to (3) … . They’re going to rule the area which they settle in. It may not be right here. They’ll probably move away from their mom’s (4) … range. But they will stick together for the rest of their lives. And why? Paring numbers. Easier to hold the territory. Easier to (5) … for danger. Easier to hunt. But it’s going to be a while before they can look after themselves. For now, they’re utterly (6) … on Honey.
I tell you, I’ll look down here. I think I can see lions down there. Down in that drainage line. You see where that (7) … is? I am sure that I saw a lion. Just briefly. And that is – what? Less than half a kilometer to where Honey is with the (8) … . The problem is, this is becoming a hotspot for our predators because who wouldn’t want a (9) … like this? For four months of the year, the wildebeest come here. It’s like a feast. And all the predators take advantage of it. Honey, you’d better watch out. You don’t want to lose another (10) … .
1 cubs 2 behaviour 3 boss 4 home 5 look out 6 dependent 7 tree line 8 cubs 9 food supply 10 cub