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Welcome to the wonderful world of the Australian animals!

Welcome to the wonderful world of the Australian animals!

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Australian Animals Australian Animals Presentation Transcript

  • Maarit Rainio, 2009
  • EMU
    • The Australian emu can’t fly.
    • But instead it can run very, very fast. It can run up to 50 km/h!
  • KANGAROO
    • The kangaroo is a very friendly animal. They usually live in groups.
    • The mommy kangaroo gives birth to a baby kangaroo which usually stays in the mother’s pouch about 5-11 months.
    • The kangaroo is a pretty fast runner:56 km/h!
  • KOALA
    • What a cute animal! The koala is absolutely my cup of tea!
    • The koala usually lives in the trees. Actually, it is pretty difficult for a koala to move on the ground!
    • The koala weighs about 6-8 kg!
  • PLATYPUS
    • What a funny animal with a funny-looking nose!
    • It lives about 10-17 years!
    • It usually lives in ponds and streams.
  • GREAT WHITE
    • The Great White is a shark. It is the killing king of the Australian animals. It is the most dangerous shark: a real, brutal killer!
    • It usually eats different types of fishes and other sea creatures… sometimes even people!!! Well, just kidding… don’t take it seriously!
    • The Great White can be 9-12 metres long.
  • WHALE
    • This huge animal is a real beauty.
    • The whale usually arrives to the Australian costal areas in June or July.
    • It loves to jump up and down … and, of course, it wants to splash water!
  • FISH
    • The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most beautiful places in Australia. Diving there is a dream come true!
    • There are - among other things - very colourful fishes, interesting tortoises, awesome sea horses and beautiful plants.
  • GOANNA
    • The goanna looks like a smaller version of a crocodile.
    • The goanna spends some time in the trees, eating the leaves.