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Find words from the following passage that mean opposite to the following (CBSE English class 6)

"The giraffe is the tallest of all living land animals. A male can go up to 18 feet and a female up to 15 feet. Such height enables them to escape the competition for ground level grass that exists among the leaf-eaters. It also gives him a long range of vision. He takes the warning of the approaching enemy early. Giraffes eat a variety of leaves. A giraffe’s long neck is made up like that of man and most other mammals. The bones are attached to one another with ball and socket joints. These make the neck flexible. It can run at 50km per hour. Rising from a lying position is a problem for such a large animal. So it usually keeps standing even while it sleeps. To reach water with such a long neck and legs, a giraffe spreads its front legs wide apart. Then it lowers its neck to drink. This awkward position makes it easy for the lion and crocodile to attack it."

Find words from the above passage that mean opposite to the following:
(a.) dead 
(b.) detached 
(c.) stiff




Asked On2017-12-18 18:37:20 by:Jessika-K

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A)living
B)Attached
C)flexible
                                                                

Answerd on:2018-06-06 Answerd By:Vishu-vashistha

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