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下線部を訳す問題で、赤い所の単語が分かりませんでした。 そんな時は、どのように訳せば良いですか?

91 5 次の狩猟に関する英文を読み、以下の設問に答えよ。 (配点 60点) It's November, opening morning of deer hunting season in Wisconsin I'm in my treestand just inside the woods, /very close to open land which does not allow hunting. White-tailed deer live on the open land all year, and my treestand is just above a route they often use to escape when feeling threatened. and/A As they move I see, six white-tailed "does with a 10-point buck in the open land/ farther away, am curious:/What would they do if I shot into the ground? My gunshot echoes in the narrow valley making it difficult to pinpoint the source of the noise. After the sound settles, does burst through a gap in the woods and disappear into the bushes below my stand/ I hold my breath as the buck quarters toward me I feel lucky but also regretful in a clearing only 25 yards away. I take the shot. that my anticipated long day in the woods is over, with plenty of processing work (2) ahead. Admittedly, along with luck, my understanding of resident deer habits helped me punch my buck tag. A modern hunter with knowledge of whitetail behavior and sophisticated modern weaponry can successfully ambush deer. /That raises questions about human hunting capabilities. Do modern humans have the のうりょくこ capabilities physical and sensory of ancient hunters? Or have we lost those skills because of our reliance on technology? My short answer to both questions is yes. (3) Recent analyses from archaeological sites in Olduvai Gorge, in East Africa's 考古学 Great Rift Valley, established the capability of humans living nearly 2 million years ago to ambush "wildebeest-size prey using simple wooden spears at close range. I believe that humans today still possess the capabilities of the ancients. Those skills

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