2020年1-4月雅思口语话题新题第一批新话题上线。本期的新话题是：见过的有趣动物——Describe an animal that you have ever seen。旧题新编。
Describe an animal that you have ever seen
You should say:
What it is
Where you saw it
And explain how you felt about it
雅思口语范文——Describe an animal that you have ever seen。
I haven’t seen many animals that are interesting, but there’s one that deeply rooted in my mind. It’s the elephant called Gee that I saw in a zoo near Bangkok, which is the capital of Thailand. This elephant is not so big and tall like his companions in the zoo, he is even older than other ones but has given me and other tourists really impressive experience.
Actually, I have been to Thailand for two times. It’s been quite a while between these two times visiting this place. However, Gee soon recognized me and used his long nose to hug me, which made me feel extremely touched and amazed. How could it be? The zookeeper told me that most elephants have a longer memory, sometimes even longer than humans do. This article is from Laokaoya website. Do not copy or repost it. They can recall the moment happened in the past two decades, which is pretty amazing.
The most interesting part that I’ve found in it is that he is adorable when he uses his long nose to tease us, both males and females. I guess he must be a master of relationship haha.
I really miss those days I spent in Thailand, especially those two days I stayed in the ZOO. These animals really worked very hard every day for their zoo. I hope the zookeepers could take more care of them. They are so adorable! I don’t want them to get hurt.
类似的话题有：Describe an interesting animal，相应的范文如下：雅思口语范文1：
I found there was a bat nest in my balcony recently, and one night I happened to see they flew across the patio under our apartment and hover in the sky. I was shocked, because it was dark outside but they knew exactly where to go without mistakes. Moreover, they went out only at night.
I thought bats are interesting not because they can fly in the dark since I know they are nocturnal animals. I always think the ability which aids bats fly and prey capture is their unusual eye-sight, like another nocturnal animal, owls. But the truth is because of their echolocation. Bat echolocation is a perceptual system where ultrasonic sounds are emitted specifically to produce echoes. By comparing the outgoing pulse with the returning echoes the brain and auditory nervous system can produce detailed images of the bat's surroundings. This allows bats to detect, localize and even classify their prey in complete darkness.
I happened to meet the Mandarin Ducks over the years in the wild area of Ampere Garden,in ponds along the big drainage. And, I'm 100% sure they were not normal Ducks. It was 'inthe wild' and free to fly off whenever it wanted to!
The male mandarin duck is way more colorful, his breast is purple with two vertical whitebars and the flanks ruddy, with two orange “sails” at the back. The female is similar to femaleWood Duck, all dark green brown. Male Mandarin ducks are considered by many to be the mostbeautifully colored of all waterfowl.
In China, the mandarin duck is associated as a Chinese weddings symbol, because itsymbolizes wedded bliss and fidelity. A Chinese proverb for loving couples uses the MandarinDuck as a metaphor: “Two mandarin ducks playing in water”. Mandarin ducks are alwaysdepicted in a pair – it is said that if the ducks were separated, they would pine for each otherand die of loneliness. Dying of loneliness for love might only be a romantic myth and acheerful reflection of people's attitude to reality.
Anyway, I love these lovely creatures; I wish I could raise one.