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Robert Syku & Dylan Ferentzy

Ecosystem and Geography
Australia's ecosystem is diverse and enormous. There are many animals of note, including the powerful kangaroo and the fast flying fox. Australia's terrain consists of swamps, forests and outbacks. Living in this terrain are crocodiles, snakes, and many other creatures capable of killing you in a single strike. The land has many biomes, like swamps, deserts, and forests, all of which can support life.
The Aboriginals
Most of Australia's traditional Indigenous Aboriginals lived nomadic lifestyles.
The Aboriginals deeply understood the land they lived on, and had a special bond to it. They respected every living creature.
Due to the harsh environments in Australia, the Aboriginals constructed tents and sleeping platforms out of plants and animal hides. They also constructed tools, some of which were recently discovered. Archaeologists discovered the tools were made of stone.
Welcome to Australia!
Greetings! Today we'll be exploring the magnificent country of Australia. You'll learn all about the history, people, and nature. Jump aboard and see the sights!
Australia’s six states became a nation under a single constitution on January, 1 1901.
A number of New Hollanders sailed the coast of Australia in the 17th century.
Australia is home to people from more than 200 countries.
World War 1 had a positive effect on Australia.
Australia's economy is the 3rd freest according to the 2010 Index of Economic Freedom.
With a stable finanical system, Australia is the world's 12th largest economy.
A transparent and stable business climate makes Australia one of the world’s most reliable and attractive environments for business.
Australia's freedom score is 82.2
Political History
Australia is a constitutional monarchy with a federal division of powers.
Australia has two major political groups that are usually found in the federal & state governmants, the Labor Party and the Liberal Party.
The current Prime Minister of Australia is Kevin Rudd.
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