Offbeat What animals see in Australia?

22:05  13 january  2022
22:05  13 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

Novak Djokovic denied entry to Australia, has visa canceled

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Australia is known for the richness of its fauna, composed of many endemic species. The country is therefore ideal for who wishes to observe animals in their natural environment. The mammals of Australia

among the iconic animals of the island continent, we find the Koala , the Kangaroo , the Quokka, or again The Wombat . In total, Australia houses more than 140 species of Marsupiaux.

There are also endemic carnivores. The largest in Australia is the dingo, a wild dog found everywhere, except in Tasmania.

Conversely, it is only in Tasmania that one can observe a small predator become very rare: the devil of Tasmania .

Will he stay or will he go? Djokovic's hearing looms large

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Do not miss either, the monotremes. These are mammals that ... lay eggs. This is particularly the case of OrnithoryryNque , a semi-aquatic endemic mammal, recognizable by its duck spout. Or from the echidation, a small animal similar to a hedgehog with a long spout.

The marine mammals are also numerous, like the whales , the dolphins , the orcs , the seals and Osaries , or the Dugongs .

The birds of Australia

These are more than 800 species of birds that have established themselves on the Île-Continent. Among them, about 55 species of parrots, spectacular plumage.

Other spectacular species, the emu, a bird of nearly 2 m, capable of reaching 50 km / h, but unable to fly. Or Casoar, capable of reaching 1.80 m, and considered the most dangerous bird in the world. Featuring sharp claws, it can become very aggressive if it feels threatened.

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There are also 200 species of seawirds along the coast. Among them, the pelicans and the Penguins .

The reptiles of Australia

Australia is also known for its venomous snakes. This is where we find 21 of the 25 most deadly species in the world. Among them, the brown snake, the tiger snake, or the desert taïpan.

But the country houses even more formidable reptiles: Crocodiles , including marine crocodiles. These animals may exceed 5 meters, and are also comfortable in fresh water than in seawater.

Also to observe, the sea turtles . We can find six species: the flat turtle, the green turtle, the nested turtle, the lute turtle, the Turtle Caouanne and the olive turtle.

without forgetting many lizards.

Australia Fish

Australia offers a unique ecosystem, where more than 4,000 species of fish live. The Great Coral Barrier is a paradise for many marine species. There are many exotic fish, like the famous clown fish ... Not to mention sharks, including the large white sharks , tigers-tigers and phrases-bulldogs , or whale sharks.

Report: Djokovic back in immigration detention in Australia

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Australian spiders

There are several thousand spider species in Australia. Animals that are found ... everywhere, including in homes. And as for snakes, many of them are particularly dangerous. This is particularly the case of the Araxian

Arax Robustus (in English, "Sydney Funnel-Web Spider"), the black widow with red back, or the black spider. Some impressive phenomena also occur, when strong bad weather strike the country. To avoid drowning, stipididae spiders launch silk wires to be carried away by the wind, forming waves of

flying spiders


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Djokovic's deportation exposes Australian border debate .
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Weary after two years of some of the harshest COVID-19 border restrictions in the world, many Australians wanted Novak Djokovic kicked out of their country for traveling to a tennis tournament in their country without being vaccinated. But the backdrop to the government's tough line on the defending Australian Open champion — and Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s description of the expulsion as a “decision to keep our borders strong” — dates to nearly a decade ago. It also shines a light on Australia's complicated, and strongly criticized, immigration and border policies.

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