Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica Test

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The temperature of Antarctica can drop to ___ degrees.

100s

The region has ___ of languages.

11

U.S. has ___ times as many people.

1200

New Zealand is ___ miles from Australia.

18 million

Australia has a population of ___ people.

20,000-30,000

Oceania contains around ___ islands.

7

Australia has ___ states.

80

At its widest point, New Zealand is ___ miles wide.

aborigines

natives of Australia

acacia and eucalyptus trees

dominant vegetation of australia

Artesian Basin

In the Central Lowlands

atoll

volcano--ring shaped

Ayers Rock

most famous landform in Australia

boomerang

used for hunting

Canberra

Capital City of Australia (National)

Capt. James Cook

1700s--___ sailed for British

cattle and sheep

Australia and New Zealand produce ___.

coldest and iciest

Antarctica is the world's ___ region.

colony

All of this region has been a ___- some areas still are.

Continental Islands

rock from continental shelves on the ocean floor