Australian Nature

Australian Nature

Australian nature is extremely diverse and interesting, with a number of unique animals living in Australia.

The wildlife in Australia has evolved in isolation and so has a unique and individual appearance. This also means that the animals have adapted well to the varying and often harsh climatic differences around Australia.

Around 55 million years ago Australia belonged to Gondwana (named by Eduard Suess), which was a landmass made up of a number of "todays" countries including most contained within the "Southern Hemisphere" and a few that have moved to the "Northern Hemisphere".

KoalasIt was almost completely covered in rainforest, although much of this dried out as Australia moved towards the warmer climate.

Within the Australian Animals, Australian Birds, Australian Flora and Australian Sealife sections you can find out about a selection of Australias wildlife and natural environment.

Australian AnimalsThe Australian Animals section features information about a number of Australia's land animals. Some of these include dingos, koalas, kangaroos, possums and wombats, with additional information about snakes.

Australian BirdsThe Australian Birds section features information about a number of Australia's birds. These include cockatoos, emus, galahs, kookaburras and many more.

Australian FloraThe Australian Flora section features information about a selection of Australia's fauna, including Australian Flowers, Trees and many other highlights of Australia's spectacular natural environment.

Australian SealifeThe Australian Sealife section features information about some of Australia's sea creatures and animals that live in the waters around Australia. Some of these include crocodile, dolphins, fairy penguins and seals. There is also additional information about dolphins, including an overview of 'Dolphin Language'.

Australian Nature is perhaps the most important and memorable part of a trip to Australia. It certainly makes for great photography. The wildlife is extremely diverse as is the natural landscapes which includes Gorges, Rock formations, Caves, Coral Reefs and so much more.

Animal lovers will enjoy the interactivity of dolphins, the majestic Whales, the beautiful Koalas and the unique Kangaroo, not to mention, wombats, dingos, Tasmanian Devils an so many other wonderful animals.

Plus there is an abundance of flora and birdlife too.

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