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English powerpoint: Australia: Australian Animals (Part 2) Australia: Australian Animals (Part 2)

Second part of the ppt about Australian animals (here you can find dangerous animals). Hope you like it!

 Level:intermediate
 Age: 10-17
 Format: PowerPoint
 Downloads:51
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Copyright 14/8/2013  Elena
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Comments:


civii11
Albania

          posted by civii11 20130815
thanks


Hazza
Australia

          posted by Hazza 20130815
and again!


2tiresome
Japan

risks of getting injured or killed?          posted by 2tiresome 20130815
I teach my students about Australian culture mostly because some of them go to Sydney on a study abroad program. Although Australia has venomous* spiders and snakes (21 of the world´s 25 most venomous snakes are found in Australia), statistically, very few people are bitten.( To put it another way, the risk of getting bitten by a Redback spider or venomous snake is almost zero).
So to avoid unduly alarming potential visitors, you should include this kind of information.

*You should also teach the difference between ´poisonous,´ and ´venomous.´
E,g, cane toads are poisonous if eaten by other animals, but they are not venomous.
Whereas Inland Taipan snakes are extremely venomous.


2tiresome
Japan

cane toads          posted by 2tiresome 20130815
Don´t forget cane toads.
Here´s a link to a great video that tells us more than you might want to know about these delightful originally non-native creatures.


2tiresome
Japan

oops let´s try this again          posted by 2tiresome 20130815
Here´s the link to the Youtube cane toad vid.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSsUXMjXXp4


nataliaalmoines
Spain

thanks for sharing :))          posted by nataliaalmoines 20130815