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Australia - ciekawostki

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Dingo Fence Dingo Fence is the longest fence, the construction of which began in 1880 and completed in 1885.
Its length is 5.614 km. Dingo dogs had isolated from the fertile lands of the south-eastern part of the continent "The Flying Doctors" Royal Air Medical Service (The Flying Doctors) is a major medical service operating in case of emergency in the vast rural areas of Australia. Flying doctors are the only that institution in the world. Also belong to the most emblematic icons of Australian culture. Home to 100 million sheep Sheep in Australia is five times more than the
population, which is 20 million. The world's largest pasture Located on the southern plains of Australia,
The Anna Creek ranch is the world's largest pasture. Includes a huge area of ​​34.000 km ².
For example, exceeds the size of Belgium. The largest living
structure in the world The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world, well, it is the largest organic construction on earth. It is located in the Coral Sea off the coast of Queensland and extends over a length of 1250 km. Australia "home" for
the 160 000 prisoners The British, who first discovered Australia, used the new land as a place of exile for thousands of political prisoners. Approximately 160 000 convicts were sent to Australia. Many of them were killed during the eight-month sea voyage.
Currently, as many as 25% of the population of Australia has among his ancestors, ex-convicts.
Platypus and echidna Of the three primary living on the land
mammal species, two - the platypus
and echidna - can be found only in Australia.
In addition, many animals in Australia did not meet the other continents. Ayers Rock The interior of Australia is desert mountain ranges
with single and lonely mountains of island.
The most famous among them is a huge rock
monolith Ayers Rock. Off the coast is the
Earth's largest coral reef - Great Barrier Reef.
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