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Oceania Fun Facts

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The Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral structure, lies off the coast of Australia and is one of its most notable features.
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New Zealand has a varied topography, including beaches, rolling hills, volcanoes, and fiords.
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High islands are formed from volcanic eruptions and have a reasonably high relief, while low islands are formed mostly from coral and typically have lower elevations.
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Oceania is the most isolated world region and holds some of the most unique wildlife.
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Australia has the largest population and economy of the Oceanic countries, and it also has the distinction of being a sovereign state and a continent.
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Australia lies in the middle of a tectonic plate, making it stable and giving it no volcanoes and only a few large earthquakes.
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The islands to the north and east of Australia are divided into three regions: Polynesia (which includes New Zealand), Melanesia, and Micronesia.
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Most of the world's atolls are found in the pacific ocean. The lagoons are usually eroded volcanoes.
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Oceania includes Australia, The Pacific Islands, New Zealand, the Arctic, and the Antarctic.
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The Outback supports much of Australia's sheep and cattle industry, but overgrazing puts the area at risk of desertification.

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