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Transcript of australia

The sea wasp
The sea wasp: This is the animal with the deadliest venom Earth. It consists of sixty tentacles that inject such a powerful poison that can kill an adult human with only 1.4 milligrams of its venom. Itś apearence is nearly invisible...
Monuments & Festivities - Xuan Delgado
Fauna & Flora - Iciar Pozo
Some facts
Australia is famed for its sunshine it’s landscape of mountains, rainforests, beaches it´s many deserts, the home of koalas and also kangaroos... Australia has one of the most-visited monuments recognized by all the world.
Barrejoey Lighthouse
Mount Urulu
Most of the animals of Australia are toxic or poissonous.
These octopus is very small with a light brown body and brown rings...
It is the most poisonous cephalopod Earth. Their bite introduces poisonous saliva into the wound of the victim. This saliva contains a poison that can cause...
The octopus of the blue rings
Snail Cigarette
Snail Cigarette is about 15 cm long...
Their venom is triggered by a kind of harpoon through its extensible tube.
Its cone-shaped shell is one of the most...
An interesting fact is ...
Harsburg Bridge
All wallabies are marsupials or pouched mammals. Wallaby young are born tiny, helpless, and undeveloped. They immediately crawl into their mothers' pouches where they continue to develop after birth—usually for a couple of months. Young wallabies, like their larger kangaroo cousins, are called joeys. Even after a joey leaves the pouch, it often returns to jump in when danger approaches.
The koalas are mammals to, most of the time they are sleeping and when they aren´t asleep koalas feeds on eucalyptus leaves, especially at night. Koalas do not drink much water and they get most of their moisture from these leaves. Each animal eats a tremendous amount for its size—about two and a half pounds (one kilogram) of leaves a day. Koalas even store snacks of leaves in pouches in their cheeks.
The australian rugby team is...

Sydney has many charming corners that surely would impress the visitor. It´s a modern village with cosmopolitan and coastal activity that keep tourists always busy. Australia's most-visited monuments are even praise by Lonely Planet and National Geographic.

The Sydney Opera House is a masterpiece of modern architecture. It is admired internationallyby the people of Australia. It was created by John Utzon
giving Australia a challenging, graceful piece of urban sculpture stunning at night.

In its short lifetime, Sydney Opera House has earned a reputation as a world-class performing arts centre.

The huge white shells were inspired by the sails of the boats that plough the bay of this beautiful city.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge was the world's largest and greatest engineering masterpieces of its time in a style that reflects the end of an industrial era.
It was the bridge with the longest arch in the world
The oil room and keeper's cottage still intact..
With 348 m high it's located in the center of Australia
It´s a holy mountain for the Aborings Anangu and the major attraction of National Uluru-Kata park.
It's was declared A World Heritage site
Toxins are defined as poisonous substances produced by...
A poison is a substance which has a negative effect on...
The Australian Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world. The reef is located in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland in northeast Australia, southeast of West New Guinea and south of Papua New Guinea. The reef, which stretches over 2600 kilometers in length, can be distinguished from space. The Great Barrier Reef is the accumulation of many ancient skeletons of coral colonies.
On these structures, which extend for miles, joins one of the largest concentrations of biodiversity.

It´s capital is Canberra and it largest city Sydney

Festivals have become quite famous in Australia, with hundreds held each year. Some are as small as the community-based Apollo Bay Music Festival and Thirroul Seaside and Arts Festival, while others, such as the Falls Festival and Woodford Folk Festival.
Adelaide Festival of Arts
Every year, this vital and prestigious celebration of art from around the globe has defined South Australia as the nation’s premier festival state.

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Ten Days on the Island, Tasmania
Companies come from all corners of the globe, and a number of local artists also take part.
Built in 1881 with a stormy weather
One of the most beatiful lighthouses in the world
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