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IELTS Reading - Passage 2

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Questions 15-21

Complete the table below.

Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from Reading Passage 2 for each answer.

Write your answers in boxes 1521 on your answer sheet.

SENSE SPECIES ABILITY COMMENTS
Smell toothed no evidence from brain structure
baleen not certain related brain structures are present
Taste some types poor nerves linked to their 15 .................... are underdeveloped
Touch all yes region around the blowhole very sensitive
Vision 16 .................... yes probably do not have stereoscopic vision
dolphins, porpoises yes probably have stereoscopic vision 17 .................... and ....................
18 .................... yes probably have stereoscopic vision forward and upward
bottlenose dolphin yes exceptional in 19 .................... and good in air-water interface
boutu and beiji poor have limited vision
Indian susu no probably only sense direction and intensity of light
Hearing most large baleen yes usually use 20 .................... repertoire limited
21 .................... whales and .................... whales yes song-like
toothed yes use more of frequency spectrum; have wider repertoire
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Questions 22-26

Answer the questions below using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the passage for each answer.

Write your answers in boxes 2226 on your answer sheet.

22 Which of the senses is described here as being involved in mating?  

23 Which species swims upside down while eating?  

24 What can bottlenose dolphins follow from under the water?  

25 Which type of habitat is related to good visual ability?  

26 Which of the senses is best developed in cetaceans?  

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