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Presentation Tasmania

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Tasmania
Amber Hoekzema
Liz Wils
Index
1: What is Tasmania?
2: Where is Tasmania?
3: How is Tasmania formed?
4: What is the history of Tasmania?
5: Who live in Tasmania?
6: Which animals are in Tasmania?
7: In which parts is Tasmania divided?
8: How is the weather in Tasmania?
9: What can people do in Tasmania?
10: What is Freycinet National Park?
11: Which plants are in Tasmania?
12:What do we like about Tasmania?
1. What is Tasmania?
island state
part of the Commonwealth of Australia
Abel Tasman
4. What is the history of Tasmania?
1642 - Abel Tasman
1772 - The first Europeans
1834 - John Batman
1901 - state of Australia
5. Who live in Tasmania?
Tasmanian Aborigines
Europeans: decreasing number of the Aborigines
Truganini: last full-blooded Tasmanian Aborigine
Truganini
Aborgines
6. Which animals are in Tasmania?
Tasmanian devil: world's largest carnivorous marsupial
Wombat: largest burrowing mammal
Birds, dolphins, little penguins
2. Where is Tasmania?
How is Tasmania formed?
7. In which parts is Tasmania divided?
Video: Tasmanian Devil
8. How is the weather in Tasmania?
9. What can people do in Tasmania?
11: Which plants are in Tasmania?
12: What do we like about Tasmania?
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before the flood
after the flood
two different parts: wilderness and areas where people live
people in the wilderness

4 distinct seasons
summer temperature: 17 - 23 degrees Celsius
winter temperature: 3 - 11 degrees Celsius

Hobart: museums and monuments
Wilderness of Tasmania: sports

10. What is Freycinet National Park?
east coast of Tasmania
contains rugged coastline and Wineglass Bay
Oldest plants on earth and highest growing trees
Huon Pine: slowest-growing plant in the world
Pandani: largest heath plant in the world
Beaches and beautiful wilderness
Aboriginal culture
Things which are not in Holland
Landmass: 70,000 km2
Separated by Bass Strait
Capital city: Hobart

First: Tasmania attached to Australia
Earthquake 10,000 years ago: Tasmania separated from the rest of Australia
Bass Strait

Amber
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