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    Animals in Australia Animals in Australia Presentation Transcript

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    • KANGAROO
      • Name : Kangaroo
      • The kangaroo is a vertebrate animal and herbivore.
    • PLATYPUS
      • Name: Platypus
      • The platypus is a mammal that lays eggs.
    • WOMBAT
      • Name: Wombat
      • The wombat is a herbivorous animal, mammal and vertebrate.
    • SPOTTED QUOLL
      • Name: Spotted quoll
      • The Spotted quoll is one of the largest carnivorous marsupial in Australia. It is in danger of extinction.
    • DINGO
      • Name: Dingo
      • The dingo is a animal mammal, carnivore and vertebrate.
    • BLUE TONGUE LIZARD
      • Name: Blue Tongue Lizard
      • The blue-tongued lizard is one of the largest species of skinks. It is a reptile .
    • KOOKABURRA
      • Name: Kookaburra
      • The Kookaburra is a vertebrate animal, oviparous.
      • It's a big bird, about the size of a duck.
    • BLUE RING OCTOPUS
      • Name: Blue Ring Octopus
      • This beautiful animal with many blue rings in the body lives in the Great Barrier Reef.
      • It is oviparous and vertebrate.
    • STONE FISH
      • Name: Stone Fish
      • The Stone Fish is ugly, It is an oviparous vertebrate.
      • It can be found anywhere in Australia.
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