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Identify the subject, verb, compliment, adj and prepositional phrase

1. In addition, the large but sluggish panda is not known as a successful hunter.
2. In their concern for the panda’s survival, scientists are now studying the habits of this
animal.
3. A captured panda is held in a log trap for several hours.
4. During this time, scientists attach a radio to the panda’s neck.
5. The radio sends the scientists valuable information about the animal’s behavior in the wild.

1, panda-subject, is known-verb, large, sluggish-adjective, in addition-prepositional phrase, hunter-compliment

2. scientists-subject, are studying-verb, habits-compliment, in their concern, of this animal-prep phrase

3. panda-subject, is held-verb, captured-adjective, trap-compliment, for several hours-prep phrase

4, scientist-subject, attach-verb, radio-compliment, during this time, to the panda's neck-prep phrase

5. radio-subject sends-verb, scientists-compliment, valuable-adj, about the animal's behavior, in the wild-prep phrase

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