Eating in Australia

Eating in Australia

Prototype: English cuisine! Since many English immigrated to Australia, the cuisine of Australia was not so different from the English cuisine for a long time. Only in the 70s of the last century did this change and the menu became more international and diverse. In the meantime you can also get a lot of dishes from the Asian cuisine, as many immigrants from Asia run small restaurants. Most people buy…

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Australia Children and School

Australia Children

School starts at the age of five! School attendance in Australia begins at the age of five with a pre-school year. Before that, the children attend a kindergarten. The Primary School – this is our elementary school – then goes up to the 6th grade and preschoolers and primary school children learn together. The children are five to twelve years old. Secondary School After primary school, the secondary school follows.…

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Poisonous Animals in Australia

Poisonous Animals in Australia

Where do the most poisonous animals in the world live? Australia is also home to the world’s most poisonous animals. But you won’t necessarily meet every animal. Poisonous animals include snakes, spiders, scorpions, ants, snails and also centipedes. Then there are the jellyfish and some fish species. Top 10 Most Poisonous Animals in Australia: Inland Taipan Brown snake Eastern Taipan Tiger otter Sydney funnel web spider Red-backed spider Box jellyfish…

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Australia Animals and Plants Part 2

Australia Animals and Plants Part 2

Marsupial Marsupials are also called marsupials and are a subclass of mammals. The difference to the so-called “higher mammals” is that they are born as embryos and so would not be viable at all. They then only grow in the mother’s pouch and are nourished by her. There are 320 species of marsupials in total, most of them in Australia and New Guinea, but some can also be found in…

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Australia Animals and Plants Part 1

Australia Animals

Why do many plants only grow in Australia? The Australian continent has developed independently for millions of years. The result is a great diversity of flora and fauna. A total of around 22,000 plant species grow in Australia. A large part of it – around 85 percent – is actually only available here. In the case of the eucalyptus and acacia trees alone, we differentiate between 600 and 1000 different…

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