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  1. 1. Australia
  2. 2. The capital of Australia is Canberra. Population: 19.5 million 85% urban (cit y) 15% rural (country) Money: The Australian dollar
  3. 3. History Indigenous Australians, also known as Australian Aborigines, are the native people of Australia. They used boomerangs to kill animals for food. When the British came to Australia, the Aborigines suffered, with disease and unfair laws. Aborigines have their own culture and art.
  4. 4. The didgeridoo is a musical instrument from the Aborigines made from eucalyptus trees. Didgeridoo
  5. 5. Animals of Australia
  6. 6.     The Dingo   Only native dog in Australia. Has been in Australia for 4000 to 6000 years. It is illegal to have a dingo as a pet in Australia. Found in coastal areas, forests and open areas where there are trees and bushes. Mainly carnivorous, but will eat other foods including plants and insects.
  7. 7.   Koala   They can be 70 to 90 centimeters. Koalas can live up to 17 years. They eat Eucaliptus leaves. They sleep 75% of the time. And they’re incredibly cute and cuddly.
  8. 8. Echitne It eats ants and other insects but it has no teeth. It is about 40 cm long. Babies are called “puggles.” Tasmanian Devil Usually about 50 cm long. Mainly a scavenger and feeds on whatever is a available. Largest carnivorous, marsupial.
  9. 9. Platypus Has a duck bill and webbed feet to help in swimming. Short legs and a flat body. They are found in fresh water. Eats invertebrates, small fish, fish eggs, frogs and tadpoles. It does not have any teeth and chews by grinding its food.
  10. 10. great barrier reef The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef. It is located close to the coast of Queensland, Australia. It is 2,300 km long. It is made up of nearly 3000 coral reefs and over 600 islands. Coral reef Shark
  11. 11. Sydney Sydney is the largest city in Australia. In Sydney, there are many famous buildings: the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Sydney has a big port and lots of beaches. Sydney has the Stadium Australia (now Telstra Stadium) because it was made for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Sydney Opera House
  12. 12. Camberra   Camberra is the capital of Ausralia, with a population exceeding 300,000. The situation of Canberra was selected for the position of the national capital in 1908 as a compromise between Sydney and Melbourne, the two big cities
  13. 13. The boomerang is a weapon that was used by Aboriginies to kill small animals or harass the enemy infantry during the battle. You can use any material to build a boomerang: wood, plastic, cardboard, carbon fiber, aluminum, etc. The boomerang
  14. 14. Made by… <ul><li>Ana Agudo Contreras </li></ul><ul><li>Ramata Bandeh Kandeh </li></ul><ul><li>Xavi González Barranco </li></ul><ul><li>Alex Herrera Reina </li></ul><ul><li>Pablo Iniesta Romero </li></ul><ul><li>Claudia Ontanilla Duran </li></ul>