Describe an aquatic animal cue card

 Describe an aquatic animal cue card 

  • What it looks like
  • When you saw it
  • Where you saw it
  • Explain why it is interesting

Describe an aquatic animal cue card
Describe an aquatic animal cue card 


Describe an aquatic animal ielts cue card 

We have different kind of animals species such as domestic, wild and aquatic animals. 

here i am going to talk about an aquatic animal that i find very interesting. 
It is giant predator called shark. 

I watched it for the first time on discovery channel in my childhood days. 

When i watched it ,i was really fascinated by it . 

Discovery channel showed many facts about sharks that makes sharks unique from other aquatic animals. 

The first fact is that sharks don't have bones, 
Sharks use their gills to filter oxygen from the water.

Shark skin feels exactly like sandpaper because it is made up of tiny teeth-like structures . 


Shark is actually a fairly peaceful critter except when they swim in groups 

moreover, sharks have been around for a long time.

Based on fossil scales found in Australia and the United States, scientists conclude 
that sharks first appeared in the ocean around 455 million years ago. 

Furthermore, my favourite shark species is a great white shark due to its immense power and fearlessness nature.

So this is the aquatic animals that I find interesting.

Follow-ups. Describe an aquatic animal cue card 


1. Why do people like to keep pets? 
Indian people like to keep pets because pets are wonderful companions. Pets, such as dogs give you unconditional love. They also provide security. Some people keep pets in their homes to teach 
responsibility to their children. People who suffer from depression are advised by their doctors to 
keep pets.
2. What should we do to protect endangered animals?
We should help the governments and NGOs by contributing some funds, however small they may be. 
We should not do hunting and poaching of animals. We should educate those who are not aware of 
the importance of animals and the effects their extinction can have on us.
3. Do you support doing experiments on animals?
I do not support experimenting on animals, because nowadays, we can do computer simulated 
experiments to see the effects of drugs. We should realize that animals are not humans and so any 
effect on them may not be there on humans. Moreover, animals are sentient beings and should not 
be disturbed for our selfish motives.
4. Why do some people refuse to eat animals?
Some people refuse to eat animals on religious grounds. Some people just don’t like the unnecessary 
killing of animals. They feel that plant sources can also provide them enough nutrients. 
5. What would happen when some species disappear on earth?
It would disturb the ecological chain and would affect us directly or indirectly. We would also lose 
out on the diversity of nature.

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