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This is Wild Chronicles. I am White Matthews. At the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, an infant gorilla named Wumundi gets some tender loving care from a dedicated keeper and lots of attention from curious visitors.He is on with a keeper all the time 24 hours a day. Zoo spokesman Sean Anglum explains that the baby’s real mother abandoned him at birth. Twelve-year-old Kwisha was hand raised by humans with diapers and bottle. She had nowhere to learn how to raise her own young. His mom gave birth to him and didn’t really know what to do with him. She was hand reared; she never had a child before; she had never been around other gorillas that have a baby so she really didn’t know any of the procedure. She didn’t know what to do. Wild gorillas, on the other hand, have plenty of role models. I often tell people of the human, has never seen a baby and never seen, you know, anything on TV, or books about a baby, and have a baby, they probably wouldn’t know what to do either. We just take it for granted that, so much around us teaches us what we need to know. And they are really about the same way; they need to learn most of things they know. With his own mom unable to care for him, the task of rearing little Wumundi has fallen on keepers like Mandy Hollingsworth. But he is not being raised to be like his mother. Instead of treating Wumundi like a human baby, Mandy is acting like a gorilla mom. He used to ride on our stomachs when he was little. And now he’s moved onto the back which is how he would be with his mom too. And he likes sit on our backs, gravitates on its sides, so it’s not as much of a struggle to hold on as when he was on the front. Getting him back there is toughest time, but once he is up, he is good. Wear knee pads, because it’s hard on knees, crawling around all day. And you know we climb around. We’re not as good as the gorillas are, but we try. Mandy is one of free keepers who care for little Wumundi in the gorilla enclosure every day. The team of 17 volunteers take on night duty. He’s never left alone, just like a baby gorilla in the wild. And he can see, smell and touch other gorillas, although separated by a fence. When in the past, they may have been dressed up in clothes, even in addition to wearing diapers, now we are trying to treat them more like a gorilla so they know that they are gorillas, and it creates a lot less confusion in their minds. And in the gorilla troop’s mind when they get him back, he really is one of them, he is not a hairy human. The bottle-fed baby has started to eat solid foods. And he is gradually being introduced to the troop, including his father, Rafiki. He shows a lot interest in the baby especially did at first. Now he doesn’t come over and touch him or anything, but he sits close, he definitely knows that’s his baby. The keepers hope that by the time he is a year old and no longer accustomed to nursing, he will form a bond with one of the more experienced female gorillas. She would be his adopted mom through adolescence. Wumundi will likely stay with the troop until he is 5 or 6 years old. Then he may pose a challenge to his father Rifiki, and have to be moved to another zoo. Until then, Wumnundi and his keepers are a popular exhibit. You know just people watching you do everything, I mean they watch you sleep, they watch you crawl around with them. And, I don’t know, it can be nerve-wracking sometimes. You know, people try to get your attention, and you know they will knock on the glass, and that’s I guess how the gorillas probably feel too. Little Wumnudi has the undivided attention of a group of humans who know a bit about what it’s like to be an ape.CheyenneThe capital of Wyoming, in the southeast part of the state near the Nebraska and Colorado borders. It was founded in 1867 as a division point for the Union Pacific Railroad. Population, 50,008.夏延:怀俄明州首府,位于州的东南部且接近内布拉斯加州与科罗拉多州的边界,作为联合太平洋铁路的一个分界点而始建于1867年。人口50,008gravitate to/towardsto be attracted to something and therefore move towards it or become involved with it.Most visitors to London gravitate to Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.nerve-wracking a nerve-racking situation makes you feel very nervous or worried.200810/52123。

奥巴马19日在弗吉尼亚州费尔法克斯市乔治·梅森大学发表时长20分钟的演讲,为推动众议院通过医改法案争取公众持。 Obama rallies for health care reformUS President, Barack Obama, has been at Capitol Hill for a final push on health care reform as Democrats in the House of Representatives try to nail down the votes needed to pass the overhaul. The roll call is scheduled for Sunday. Seizing the opportunity, Obama reiterated his appeal Let's get it done. The political battle over health care reform has consumed the US Congress for more than 9 months. The overhaul has also become President Obama's top domestic priority. 201003/99322。

Raise Green Kids Deirdre Imus talks about her book "Growing Up Green: Baby and Child Health Care". Sam: Now our count it down to Earth Day. We are showing you how to green in every aspect of your life, how to go green. And we are kicking off this series this morning with Deirdre Imus, the author of "Growing Up Green!---Baby and Child Care". Now her book is a roadmap for how to raise all of our children in a healthy and environmentally friendly way. It's packed with really wonderful tips. We are just goanna show you some of them here but I have to admit aly I have a crush on you, Deirdre Imus, and I`ll tell down that I am sorry but I really do, I, even before I met you I did, because these are such great ideas. But... D.I.: Thank you, thank you. Sam.Sam: Tell me why is it even important for us to be thinking about raising a child environmentally friendly from day one. Why is that important?D.I.: It's important because our children are being exposed in all directions from their food, everyday products, cleaning products everything in the home. The air, our soil, our water is polluted. Many these products in our food chain has carcinogens and neurotoxins and endocrine disrupters, hormone disrupters , so it makes sense to use at least some of toxicity with everything you do with your children for alive. Sam: And ing this, it starts to make sense to me because we have somebody crying in the studio. It starts to make sense to me because (Oh, baby) you smell the product when you spray, it smells harsh to you, but the kids are on the floor, (Right!) they have their mouth on the table, they are actually ingesting all these stuff. Let's start with the house cleaning products and do we get the chemicals out of these products? D.I.: Yes, these products are all non-toxic products, the great example here of hand dish, distilled white vinegar which has been around for years, and then non-toxical purpose cleaners. The difference with the green and non-toxic cleaning products is that they do not contain chlorine bleach (alright) or ammonia or any of those synthetic chemicals. Sam: Those are two that we are really worried about, chlorine and ammonia. D.I.: Really. Especially chlorine bleach for moms that have little babies and pets. It's a low-lying chemical, which means it`s at around our knees here. It stays at that level where your child's mouth is breathing, (inhaling) a young child. So it's much more detrimental to children. Sam: I love your tip that cleaning products should look like water because if they don't, then they have chemicals and false colorings and everything else, sort of. So they should look clear like that. I didn't think about that.D.I.: Unless they use vegetable dye for their colorings, they are naturally going to be clear. Otherwise they have synthetic chemicals that are very harmful. Sam: I didn't even think about that. Sam: Now glass bottles. This was the biggest news yesterday with the plastic bottles, glass bottles and baby food, organic baby food. Tell me why organic food`s important. D.I.: Organic food is important because organic means that all the food that you are feeding your child does not have pesticides. Again, pesticides are known carcinogens and neurotoxin and are totally in links from studies with all the children's illnesses that will happen. It smells good, right?Sam: It does smell good. D.I.: "EARTHS BEST" (the trademark of an organic food for children) has been around, this is what I fed my son, my nine-year-old son and I've even eaten this baby food, there's a study that was done where they found in conventional baby food over 16 different pesticides, just in a jar of baby food. Sam: See, and let's see, let's say that again, because when I that this morning, getting y for your interview, that really shocked me. Sixteen in a test of baby food, regular baby food. (Right!) How many pesticides did they found? D.I.: Sixteen they found. And pesticides are known carcinogens and neurotoxins and are linked to everything from cancer, to autism, to learning disabilities, allergies, asthma. Sam: Well, let's be fair, this cost more money than regular baby food right now, by about how much?D.I.: Well it does cost a little more, but also you can buy them in bulk. You can go to certain stores, health food stores now that they are more cost-competitive and of course now Gerber has an organic line as well. Sam: OK, that's helpful.D.I.: So,there`s alternative, but you can make your own baby food. I did that as, when my child was a baby, it's easy to make, just mashing up the yams and the potatoes and the green vegetables. It`s, it`s easy. Sam: so in that way, it isn't more expensive. And you can keep ... D.I.: No, it's not.D.I.: So a lot of them you can put in glass jars at home, and it`s, you save money. Sam: There are so many more tips in this book, there,from the school stuff that we just... I wanted to talk about this. This really bothered me when I heard about this from....D.I.: Well, the baby bottles are big thing too, glass bottles are the gold standard for baby bottles. I highly recommend glass. For whatever reason, if someone doesn't want glass and there is healthier plastic bottles, but still it's plastic. They've taken out the major chemicals in them but they are still toxic. Sam: We'll link you if you are interested in this topic to her book and everything else you need to know in abcnews.com. This was just wonderful. Again, (Thank you!) there`s one of the reasons, one of the reasons that I have a crush on you!kick off: Originally means to make the kick that begins a football game. But here just means to start, to begin.carcinogen: A cancer-causing substance or agent.neurotoxin: A toxin that damages or destroys nerve tissue.endocrine : The secretion of an endocrine gland; a hormone.01/61101。

Unable to leave his harem to feed its seed, hes losing 50 pounds of blabber a day.由于无法离开他的后宫养育后代,他一天失去50磅。Aly the albatross checks a hatching in staggering numbers downy and demanding with unending patience. The new mother waits for her mate to return for his far origin until near starvation if she must.数目惊人信天翁用永无止境的要求和耐心检查孵化情况。新妈妈等待她的伴侣回巢,她知道饥饿临近时他才会回来,而这些对她来说是必须的。He, meanwhile, may be covering thousands of miles on the way, simply to find food for his brood. He returns having the seafood. After a brief greeting, they transfer parental responsibilities. He fails the chicks belly and the familys content.与此同时的他也许正在数千英里外的路上,只为了给幼仔找些食物回来。他回来的时候会带着海中美食。经过短暂的问候后,他们互相转换家庭责任。他对抚育幼仔和家庭责任一窍不通。The Johny looks hungry too. Sometimes the parent never returns from the sea.但是乔尼看起来也是饥饿难耐。有时候父母永远不会从大海中回来。词语解释:1. harem n. 后宫2. albatross n. 信天翁163598。

Horrible Bosses恶老板Truth is nicer than fiction现实比电影好得多A horrible film is generating a lame debate一部糟糕的电影引发一场蹩脚的争论Horrible bosses come in many flavours. There are psychopaths, bullies and prats. Incompetent bosses are irksome, too. The bosses at New Line Cinema are not incompetent, in that their films make money, but they are still villains. For ;Horrible Bosses;, their latest offering, is a crime against art and common sense. The viewer is expected to believe that being propositioned by Jennifer Aniston is so traumatic that it would drive a man to plot her murder. Kevin Spacey (pictured) plays a more convincing psychoboss. But his talents are wasted on a lame script.糟糕的老板会以多种形式出现。有精神病患,恶棍还有傻蛋。蹩脚老板也令人生厌。然而新线影院的老板们并不蹩脚,因为他们的电影能赚钱,但是他们做的还不够好。因为他们的最新作品《恶老板》,犯下了反艺术和常识之罪。剧组期望中的观众会觉得詹妮弗.安妮斯顿的挑逗是如此令人痛苦,以致于他们觉得剧中人物会对她起谋杀之心。凯文.史派西(如图)则扮演了一位更加令人信的变态老板。但是他的才能却浪费在不尽如人意的剧本上。To make matters worse, the film has inspired a torrent of management drivel. OfficeTeam, a recruiter, warns of ;Horrible Boss Syndrome;, which ;can have serious implications; for morale. An American survey finds that 46% of employees have worked for an unreasonable boss at some point. Nell Minow, a critic, says the film reflects ;the bitterness of the post-meltdown era;.而更糟糕的是,这部影片激起了一阵狂潮,矛头直指管理层。一位招聘人员OfficeTeam提醒人们要警惕;恶老板综合症;对员工士气造成的严重影响。美国的一项调查发现,46%的雇员都曾在职业生涯中遇到过不近乎人情的老板。批评家Nell Minow表示,该影片反映了;后衰退时代的痛苦;。All this fuss suggests, not that bosses are growing more horrible, but that employees expect them to be more agreeable. Laws ban discrimination, the internet allows people to air their complaints and the prevailing management culture emphasises sensitivity.所有这些小题大做的抱怨表明,老板们并没有变得更加糟糕,而是员工们希望他们变得更加讨人喜欢。法律禁止歧视,因特网允许人们发布怨言,而当前盛行的管理文化则强调关爱体贴。The monsters of the past knew no such checks. John Henry Patterson, who founded the National Cash Register Company in 1884, would set the desks of inept employees on fire. To find similarly forceful bosses today, one must look East. When Zhang Ruimin took over Haier, a Chinese white-goods company, in 1984, he smashed one of the companyrsquo;s products to pieces with a sledgehammer to show what he thought of its quality. Hollywood could use a few bosses like Mr Zhang.过去的恐怖老板不懂得这样对待员工。1884年一手创立美国计算机务公司的John Henry Patterson会放火把无所作为的员工的桌子烧掉。今天要想再找出同样强有力的老板,必须把目光投向东方。当1984年张瑞敏接管中国白色家电公司海尔之时,他用一把大锤子把公司的一件产品砸成碎片,以表明他对公司产品质量的看法。好莱坞可以用些像张先生这样的老板。【生词注释】psychopath n. 精神病患者implication n. 含意, 暗示fuss n. 大惊小怪sledgehammer n. 猛烈的打击201111/161839。

The head of the U.N. World Food Program (WFP) in Ethiopia says the country's emergency food stocks are almost completely exhausted, with drought conditions expected to worsen before they improve. There are also growing concerns about food shortages in Ethiopia's reclusive neighbor, Eritrea. 联合国世界粮食计划署埃塞俄比亚负责人说,该国的紧急粮食储备几乎完全耗尽,目前的干旱灾情预计会进一步恶化。人们对塞俄比亚的邻国厄立特里亚的粮食短缺问题也日渐担忧。WFP's Ethiopia Country Director Abdou Dieng says despite a good response to international appeals for food aid, Ethiopia faces a critical shortfall in emergency supplies. He says the reserve established by the government to prevent a recurrence of past food crises is almost empty. 联合国世界粮食计划署埃塞俄比亚办公室主任阿卜杜·迪昂说,尽管国际社会对粮食援助的请求作出很好的回应,但埃塞俄比亚的紧急粮食供应依然面临严重短缺。他表示,该国政府为防止再度发生粮食危机而建立的粮食储备几乎已经耗尽。"There is food reserve, but today it's almost at zero level. We cannot count on that. Now what we are trying to do is increase the level of the food which can be kept in the reserve. We can go up to one million tons [and] we're talking about 80 million people here who need food, so this is exactly where we are working together to try to increase the food reserve," noted Dieng. 迪昂说:“我们有粮食储备,但是现在已几乎处于零的水平。我们不能依靠储备。现在我们正设法提高能用作储备的粮食数量。最多能有100万吨,这里有8千万人需要食物,所以我们正在合作设法提高粮食储备。”Of Ethiopia's 80 million people, Dieng says between 13 million and 14 million are receiving some sort of food assistance. The government estimates 4.5 million need emergency food aid, but experts expect that number to keep rising until the rains come, allowing farmers to plant and harvest life saving crops. 迪昂说,在埃塞俄比亚的8千万人口中,1300万到1400万人正获得某种粮食援助。政府估计,450万人需要紧急粮食援助,但专家预计这一数字将持续上升,直到降雨来临,使农民得以种植和收割救命的粮食。The WFP official says 0 million in donations has been received since the onset of the current drought. Dieng estimates another 0 million will be necessary to meet Ethiopia's needs until the end of the year. 这名世粮署官员说,自从发生这次干旱以来,已经收到了2亿美元的捐助。他估计,从现在到今年年底,还需要1亿美元以满足埃塞俄比亚的需要。201108/147520。

Looking for true love? Take your time: study Couples who get to know each other before being intimate have a better chance of having a lasting relationship, but in some cases even a casual fling can lead to true love, according to a new research.Most of the 56 percent of 642 adults questioned in the study who said they had waited until they got serious before they had sex reported having a high quality relationship.The number was higher than for the 27 percent of people who had sex while dating casually and the 17 percent who were intimate while in a non-romantic relationship."There's something about the characteristics of people who wait before sex that is linked to higher-quality relationships," said sociology professor Anthony Paik of the University of Iowa.Paik, who reported the findings in the journal Social Science Research, said the research suggests that the courtship process acts as a screening mechanism."The debate is 'why can't we have sex now?' The expectation is that sex should occur very quickly. But doing so, you're losing out on some information that might be useful," he explained in an interview.It's almost an economic equation, he added."On average, the more costly the process leading into the relationship, the more likely it is to work. That's what the data would suggest."But Paik said the findings did not show that an early sexual relationship had a direct negative impact on relationships.When he filtered out people who said they had frequent non-romantic or casual dating sexual relationships he found that the gap in relationship quality between serious and nonserious contexts of sexual activity disappeared."It means it's possible for two strangers to lock eyes in a bar, and go home together, and actually end up in a long-term relationship," Paik said.Vocabulary:fling: a short sexual relationship with somebody(短暂的风流韵事)lose out on sth.: 得不到(需要或觉得应有的东西)背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/112118。

French nuclear energy法国核能Under pressure压力之下France wants to export nuclear reactors. Who will buy them?法国想出口核反应堆,谁人将买?FOR France, nuclear power has long been a source of national pride. Its European Pressurised Reactor (EPR) is the worldrsquo;s most advanced nuclear reactor and some consider it the safest. But since the nuclear accident at Fukushima in Japan, potential buyers have been having second thoughts (although the plant in question was not French.)核能已经让法国引以为豪多年。法国第三代反应堆(EPR)被认为是目前世界上最先进核反应堆,有些人认为也是最安全的。但自日本福岛核电站事故发生后,潜在的买家已经开始重新考虑这一想法了(尽管出问题的不是法国核电站)。On December 12th Areva, Francersquo;s state-owned nuclear champion, said it would take a euro;2.4 billion (.1 billion) charge against profits. This will give the firm its first ever operating loss, of perhaps euro;1.6 billion for 2011. That hurts.12月12号,阿海珐;;这家法国国有一流核能企业,冲抵受益为euro;24 亿欧元(31亿美元)。这会将是该公司有史以来第一笔运营亏损,2011亏损额大约为16亿欧元。这可伤大了。Areva is the worldrsquo;s only one-stop nuclear shop, selling everything from uranium to fuel recycling. Much of the charge came from a slump in the value of UraMin, a uranium-mining firm bought for a giddy price in 2007, when nuclear power was surging. The price of uranium, which fuels reactors, tumbled afterwards (see chart).阿海珐是目前世界上唯一的一站式核反应车间,销售范围包括从铀矿石到能源回收。多数亏损是由于UraMin身价猛跌导致的,UraMin是2007年,当这家核能企业业务扩张时,斥巨资收购的铀矿石生产公司,铀核反应堆的燃料价格随即受到重创(见图表)。Before Fukushima, Arevarsquo;s managers went on a hiring binge, expecting rapid growth in sales to rich and emerging markets alike. Now the firm will cut costs and investment, fire workers and sell assets.在福岛核电站之前,阿海珐的经理们进行了大规模的招聘,期望其业务能同时在发达国家市场和新兴市场上都迅速增长。而现在,在这家公司将要削减成本和投资,裁员以及出售资产了。In Europe, Arevarsquo;s most profitable market, people are newly nervous about nuclear power. Germany, Switzerland and Belgium have all opted to abandon it. Lower natural-gas prices have made it less competitive. And serious carbon curbs, which would boost a business that emits virtually no carbon dioxide, are nowhere in sight.在欧洲,这块阿海珐利润最高的市场上,人们最近开始对核能不放心了。德国,瑞士和比利时皆已抛弃了核能。更低的天然气价格已经让核能失去了以往的竞争力。加上现在还没有出台的碳排放惩罚,这可能会催生零排放的新生意。165321。

Expectations High for Foreign Efforts in Haiti海地渴望更多外国援助The new U.S. security agreement to help oversee Haiti's main transportation links is an attempt to clearly define the role of the 18,000 American forces arriving in the coming days. While U.S. troops are still primarily focused on evacuating the injured and securing key facilities, locals have higher expectations.美国最新安全协议承诺帮助监管海地主要的交通枢纽,这是为了清楚地表明几天内即将到达那里的1万8000名美国军人的任务。美国部队仍然在集中力量来疏散受伤人员并保主要设施的安全。与此同时,当地人期待得到更多外国的援助。Just outside the security fence of Port au Prince's international airport, scores of Haitians watch the 24-hour parade of cargo planes and helicopters. 在太子港国际机场围栏外面,几十名海地人在注视着昼夜不停的货运飞机和直升飞机的起降。For many, all of the activity is somewhat of a mystery.  对很多人来说,这里的行动有些神秘。Blanc Marielle lost two children, her home and her job as a seamstress. She now sleeps outside with the rest of her family. She says she came to the airport because that's where the foreigners are and she hoped to get some help. She says she is still waiting to hear their plan.马利埃尔在地震中失去了两个孩子,她做裁缝为生,现在她只能和家里其他人睡在外边。她说,她来到机场是因为这里都是外国人,她希望能得到帮助。她说,她仍然在等待了解他们的计划。As a crowd gathers to air their grievances to a foreign reporter, they say they don't understand why so many planes have landed at the airport but so little aid has reached them. 一群人拥到外国记者身边倾诉他们的怨言,他们不明白为什么有这么多的飞机降落到机场,但是他们能得到的援助却那么少。Many say the Haitian government is stealing it. Some say the foreigners need better advice for reaching affected people.很多人说,海地政府扣留了这些援助物资。有些人说,外国人应该更好了解如何让救济品送到灾民手中。International aid operations have fanned out into much of the capital, and heavy equipment is now clearing debris downtown. But many people remain in need. Sampan Junior is a 22 year-old aspiring accountant who worked in a bakery until last week. He lost his mother and his father when their house collapsed. "I just want to work with the Americans so I can get some money so I can eat something," he said. 国际援助行动已经在海地首都大部分地区展开,重型设备开始清理市中心的废墟和瓦砾,但是很多人仍然需要救助。儒尼奥尔是一名22岁的有抱负的会计师,上个星期以前一直在一家面包店工作。他说:“我想为美国人工作,这样我才能有收入,能有饭吃。”201001/95475。

Job-Seekers May Need Patience Statistics show the average job search is taking a bit longer than four monthsAs the economy takes a downturn, job concerns are starting to turn up.The national unemployment rate is at a 3-year high with 5.1% of working-age Americans actively looking for work. Well that's a historically low figure, it's a major worry for many people, leaving some to wonder how long will it take to find work should they lose their job. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average job search is taking a bit longer than four months for the average worker looking for work. Outplacement firm, Challenger, Gray amp; Christmas says their latest job market survey shows the search is a little easier for experienced managers. These white-collar workers were finding work in about 3 months. One interesting bit about job security---the more education you have, the less chance you'll be unemployed. Workers who have a bachelor’s degree or higher have a national unemployment rate of just 2.1%. 8.2% of people who did not complete high school are now looking for work.With the A News Money Minute, I'm Bessie Stark, in New York. Challenger, Gray amp; Christmas, with headquarters located in Chicago, Illinois, is the oldest executive outplacement firm in the US. It has offices in 52 cities in the US and Canada, and has operations in Japan and Mexico. The firm also conducts regular surveys and issues reports on the state of the economy, employment, job-seeking, layoffs and executive compensation. They also conduct one-off surveys on such subjects as workplace bullying, lost productivity due to the Super Bowl, and working women. Their core business, finding jobs for laid-off executives, is unusual in that they will only accept as clients people whose former companies will sponsor the client's job search.200812/59479。