unhabituated

unhabituated

(ˌʌnhəˈbɪtjʊˌeɪtɪd)
adj
(Zoology) (of wild animals) not used to human presence
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Finn said that project is in options analysis now but noted that such a system would deal with a variety of threats, including from artillery and unhabituated aerial vehicles.
We collected 131 gorilla fecal samples during August-October 2012 from 2 habituated western lowland gorilla groups and from several unhabituated gorillas around the Primate Habituation Programme camps of Mongambe and Bai Hakou.
They have sent their children to the right schools and to worldview boot camp, but they have left them unbaptized, uncatechized, unaccountable, and unhabituated to regular public worship.
Obviously, in that time, you're not going to be able to start from scratch with completely wild and unhabituated chimps, so throughout filming we piggy-back the research of the field workers out there.
Given its unaggressive and unhabituated behavior, the decision was made to tranquilize and relocate it.
Such is the case with boxwood, whose strong odor may be "music" to a Southerner's nose but simply "smelly" to unhabituated northern nostrils.
admitting that "I was unhabituated to ideas of floating or