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G5-EXCURSION

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Long-Neck Turtle
- Eventually grows to around 25cm in length
- If provoked, they can deliver a painful bite

-Feeding and diet
- These turtles’ prey mostly on fish, tadpoles, frogs and crayfish

- Breathing
- Their nose is at the top of the head
- On the winter, they can stay inside water around one week
G5 - EXCURSION -
KU-RING-GAI
WILDFLOWER GARDEN

Introduction

-Ku-Ring-Gai National Park is Australian’s second oldest national park and also is a recreational favourite for locals and visitors alike.

-The first inhabitants of the area were the Garigal Tribe, 800 Aboriginal sites have been found in the park.
LOCATION
New South Wales, Australia, 25 Km north of Sydney
More informations about the Park
ESTABLISHED: 1894, was added to the Australian National Heritage list in December 2006.

Area: 154 km/2

Picnic, boating and fishing facilities can be found through the park.

There are many great walking tracks.

About native animals: you can find mammals,like wallaby,over 160 species of birds, amphibians and reptiles, there are a number of snakes, lizards, and around 100 species of butterfly.

The park’s main plant communities are rainforests, eucalypt forest, heathlands, grassy woodlands and wetlands.
Blue Tongue Lizard
- Silvery-grey with broad dark brown or blackish bands
-Feeding and diet

- Variety of both plants and animals

- Need shower after be touched and eggs hatch inside the body

- Youngs Blue Tongue can drop their tail

- When threatened
1- MEDEIROS, DIEGO
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2- ASSMAR, ALICE

3- PROYECTOR, VALERY


Eucalyptus in Australia
-
Adaptades to poor soil (long root)

- More then 200 differents species

- Gun Tree, Grey Tree, Koala tree......

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There is oil in the Eucalyptus leaves

- ..."This tree is like a sculpture (color, format)''... (COLLINS, 2013)


KU-RING-GAI WILDFLOWER GARDEN
-INTRODUCTION

-DIFFERENT KINDS OF TREES

-ECOSYSTEMS OF REPTILES

Why in Poor soils?
Font:http://realityviews.blogspot.com.au/2013/10/in-depth-australian-scientist-found.html
Eucalyptus Oil
- Leaves
- Koalas :)
- Decongestant and expectorant for upper respiratory tract infections
- Bushfire
Font: Eucalyptus oil (BAKER, 2010)
Thanks G5!!
Red-Bellied Black Snake
- Medium sized snake

- Feeding and diet
- Red-bellied Black Snakes feed on a variety of vertebrates

- They are poisonous, but they are shy snakes

- When threatened
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