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Lost in the River of Grass - Simpson ELA

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Across
a tall, reedlike marsh plant with strap like leaves and a dark brown, velvety cylindrical head of numerous tiny flowers.
any of a number of small insectivorous songbirds that typically have a warbling song.
come to recognize (another animal, person, or thing) as a parent or other object of habitual trust.
a thing on which a bird alights or roosts, typically a branch or a horizontal rod or bar in a birdcage.
a lump of solidified crude oil found in or on the sea, or washed up on shore.
a dominant plant (with spiny-edged leaves) in the Florida everglades.
Tribe of Indians of Florida, they were part of the Seminole nation until the mid-20th century, when they organized as an independent tribe, receiving federal recognition in 1962.
walk slowly and with heavy steps, typically because of exhaustion or harsh conditions
having or showing a feeling of patronizing superiority:
Very small, short
a brightly colored venomous snake of the cobra family, typically having conspicuous bands of red, yellow, white, and black.
a loud unpleasant noise
Down
causing death
a flat piece, usu. of wood, metal, or plastic, hinged vertically near the stern of a boat or ship for steering.
is essential to life on Earth, a component of all proteins and it can be found in all living systems, compounds are present in organic materials, foods, fertilizers, explosives and poisons.
an artificial waterway constructed to allow the passage of boats or ships inland or to convey water for irrigation.
an embankment built to prevent the overflow of a river.
industry that processes and markets sugar; most sugar is extracted from sugar cane
impossible to pass through or enter:
a large, dangerous semiaquatic pit viper that inhabits lowland swamps and waterways of the southeastern US.
A large, white, bald-headed wading bird of the southeastern swamps
a large fish-eating wading bird with long legs, a long S-shaped neck, and a long pointed bill.
a mechanical device for propelling a boat or aircraft, consisting of a revolving shaft with two or more broad, angled blades attached to it.
when a bird straightens and cleans its feathers with its beak
a continuing sound, especially of someone's voice, that is unchanging in pitch and without intonation
a biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment.
a terrestrial arachnid with lobsterlike pincers and a poisonous sting at the end of its jointed tail, which it can hold curved over the back.