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51: Invertebrate vs Vertebrate
... been interested in kangaroos, because of their incredible intelligence, and their speed and ability to jump such great distances. Kangaroos are marsupial mammals and comprise 47 species within the family Macropodidae. Kangaroos are found in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea. Most are terrestrial and all are herbivorous, grazing and browsing for their food. Their principal enemies are humans, who kill kangaroos for meat and for their hides (used in shoes), and because kangaroos compete with livestock for food. By the late 20th century, the number of kangaroos in Australia had increased to the point that the animals had to be systematically reduced by hunting because its natural predators (such as the thylacine) had been virtually eliminated by Australian farmers. Kangaroos possess long, powerful hind ... M. giganteus or M. major); the wallaroo, M. robustus; and the red kangaroo, or red flyer, M. rufus. The best-known species, the gray kangaroo, is found mostly in open forests of eastern and southwestern Australia and Tasmania. It is long-haired and silvery gray in eastern coastal regions but short-haired and dark gray inland. The red kangaroo, which is found throughout Australia's interior grasslands, is the largest ...
52: Personal Writing: The Holiday Trip
... envelope had two Swedish stamps on it and my name and address written in Sofie's familiar hand writing. I opened the letter and begin to read it: Dear Tim, Hi how is everything in Australia? It is freezing in Sweden at the moment and has been continuously snowing for weeks. Guess What! I have good news for you, I just won $500 in a writing competition. Now I have $8275 ... Can you ring me as soon as you get this letter and tell me if you are allowed to go. If yes we will book everything plan a budget and I will fly over to Australia. Then we will catch the plane to the U.S.A from there. Looking forward to hearing from you soon Sofie Ninov I ran straight for the phone and dialed Sofie's number her father ... plane tickets and motel reservations sorted out. Our budget turned out surprisingly good, we have enough for everything plus $1500 dollars spending money each. Sofie's parents agreed to pay for her air flight to Australia, she arrives in Sydney in two days time. Mum is driving me up to Sydney where we are staying in a motel for a night and then we get on the plane to the ...
53: Gallipoli- The Anzac Legend
... will live on for future generations to understand and to acknowledge their courage and bravery. Some would say The Anzac Legend all began when Britain declared they were in need of help and it was Australia’s duty to go to their aid. Australia tossed aside experience and opted for youth. There were big incentives to go. To travel and visit foreign places, economic reasons, to be with their mates but the most incentive of all was that Britain ... During this time more steps were taken to develop a legend by giving the troops a form of National Identity and calling them The Anzacs. We know now that it is now a part of Australia’s cultural identity and origin on the battlefield. The Anzac’s didn’t have the firepower and weaponry of the Turks but they had brains and initiative which deemed them ready to hit the ...
54: Comparison Of Social Indicator
... with few natural resources sustainable for commercial exploitation, Nepal remains one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world with its social indicators one of the lowest in the entire Asia Region. Unlike Australia, whose social welfare system is among the finest in the world, Nepal suffers much from its lack of an organized system of social welfare and adequate health services. Life expectancy at birth in Nepal is ... the highest in the world. Medical facilities are shockingly incomplete, partly due to the huge skill shortage and Nepal's woefully inadequate transport network - 1 qualified physician has to be shared amongst 12,700 Nepalese. Australia, however, enjoying the advantages of a modified welfare state is very well placed by the standards of the developed world in terms of nutrition, living and working conditions, as well as general rates of life expectancy. Life expectancy at birth is 81 years and with an easily accessible health care system, infant mortality rate in Australia is 5 per 1,000 live births - only a sixteenth of Nepal's infant mortality rate. Abundant in natural resources and a major exporter of agricultural and other primary products, Australia has a prosperous ...
55: Australian People
Australian People The population of Australia is 18,438,824.The Birth Rate is 13.73, per 1000 people. The death rate is 6.89 per 1000 people. Those two were per year on average. The migration rate is 2.71 immigrants per 1000 people. The Life expectancy is higher than the US at 79.64. (Male 76.69, Female 82.74) There are three major ethnic groups in Australia. The Caucasian makes up 95%, the Asians make up 4%, and the Aboriginal make up 1%. The official language of Australia is English. It is spoken by more than 99% of the population. The languages come from Europe and Oceania. (Australia, New Zealand etc.) There are several Aboriginal dialects spoken throughout the country. The writing ...
56: Euthanasia
... incurably ill and in pain. So should a person have the right to take another person's life or his own when he/she is incurably ill and in pain. That is what whole of Australia is trying to decide. The N.T all ready has passed a law that legalise euthanasia in that state. Now other government leaders and members are in support of this are pushing for an Australian ... should make. Some doctors have taken ill patients life's as a request from the patient should this now be openly done. On the 18/06/96, The head of the NT chapter of the Australia Medical Association, Dr.Chris Wake, and Aboriginal leader Rev.Djiniynni Gondarra put forward the NT euthanasia law .But was dismissed by the NT Supreme Court. After appealing and with the support of three major party ... with Howard's support he introduced a bill overriding the N.T laws. But still in the end the law was still standing. If our leaders are divided we could say that the citizens of Australia would have been divided on this Issue. Maybe a referendum would have been appropriate, but still euthanasia would still occur illegal and secrecy. Christian groups and Christian have strongly supported their view on euthanasia , ...
57: Yum Cha: A Chinse Breakfast
... their friends instead of having breakfast at home. Young people and businessmen prefer Yum evening Cha, which is served between 9pm to 12pm. Usually after dinner, to Yum Cha is a similar to socialise in Australia, and it is also similar to a meeting place, where friends and relatives meet and chat or talk about their business. They usually eat little, but they usually spend a lot of money, because the restaurant managers know that the business men and young people came to Yum Cha in the evening are mostly rich, and overcharges. Yum Cha is served a differently in Australia. The restaurants usually serve Yum Cha between 11.30am to 3.30pm. It is called Yum afternoon Cha. I think Yum Cha replaces lunch in Australia, where the customers stuff themselves full. Dim Sum (snack) is served in Yum Cha, however a migrant from Malaysia redefined the meaning of Dim Sum by introducing something taste so awful and spoiled the ...
58: Packaging
... is made in different beer quantity from 6 ounces to 24 ounces. Moreover, it encloses different item quantity from case of 6 to case of 24. On the other hand, Foster package is manufacture in Australia and contains one bottle size and one can size. Foster bottle is large and hard to hold and it is hard to open. In addition, it is made in thin glass so it¡¯s easy ... York Time Magazine say most American like to drink Budweiser because they say it tastes better and the alcohol level is not dangerous for driving. On the other side, Budweiser package is a failure in Australia because it considers a foreign product and Australian prefers to have higher alcohol level. Foster package is a failure in the United State for the reason that it¡¯s a foreign product and doesn¡¯t ... products are unpopular in the US, so the percentage of selling the product really low. For example, in Sunday Newspaper, there is section that say ¡°Foster is going down in American, but going up in Australia. The reason is Foster is a product is unpopular.¡± But Foster package is a successful selling product in Australia because it assembles people preferences and the product and reputation are well known. The distribution ...
59: Kangaroos
... M. giganteus or M. major); the wallaroo, M. robustus; and the red kangaroo, or red flyer, M. rufus. The best-known species, the gray kangaroo, is found mostly in open forests of eastern and southwestern Australia and Tasmania. It is long-haired and silvery gray in eastern coastal regions but short-haired and dark gray inland. The red kangaroo, which is found throughout Australia's interior grasslands, is the largest and most powerful species. A male may attain a head-body length of 1.5 m; have a tail 1 m long; stand 2 m tall; and weigh 90 ... m (30 feet) at a bound and attain a speed of 48 kilometres per hour. The wallaroo, a smaller and stockier animal, may be dark gray to pinkish brown; it lives in rocky country throughout Australia except Victoria. These large kangaroos travel in groups (mobs) under the leadership of the largest male ("old man," or "boomer"), which dominates younger rivals by biting, kicking, and boxing. Each long, narrow hind foot ...
60: Eucalyptus Trees
The eucalypt is one of the tallest trees in the world. There are more then 600 species of eucalypts in Australia. Blackbutt, jarrah, karri, stringybark, ironbark are common names of eucalypts that grow in various parts of Australia. More than ninety per cent of Australia's trees are eucalypts. WHAT IS THE EUCALYPT LIKE Eucalypts can be identified by their pixie cap flowers. They are hardwoods and there timber is used to make frames and fences. Eucalypts are tough ...

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