TPO 30 - Question 6

Speaking topics in text

TPO 30 - Question 6

Average: 10 (2 votes)
Speaking category


A sample Answer to this speaking in text:

The professor talks about two benefits of subsurface locomotion. The first benefit is minimizing exposure to extreme temperatures. For example, it’s very dangerous to walk on the surface in the Sahara desert. There is a kind of lizard that can move beneath the sand. It does not travel on the surface so it can avoid high temperature in the harsh climate. The second benefit of subsurface locomotion is capturing prey. For example, when insects are walking on the surface, they produce vibrations in the sand. When the lizard senses the vibrations, it moves underground toward the source of vibration. Then it can capture the insects by surprise.