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100

This is the only country in the world that is also a continent.

What is Australia?

100

These are rock-like structures that are built by layers of coral organisms.

What are coral reefs?

100

Nearly 20% of Australia's land mass is considered this type of climate.

What is desert?

100

Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific islands have some of the world's most unusual native plants and animals, known by this term.

What are indigenous species?

100

As languages vanish, so does this, because native speakers use their language to explain the world around them.

What is information about the natural world/culture?

200

Southeast of Australia is this country, which is made up of two islands (north and south).

What is New Zealand?

200

This type of island is caused by volcanic activity as tectonic plates shift and magma rises to create volcanic eruptions.

What are high islands?

200

This is the type of climate in the region of the Pacific islands, with most islands having both a wet and dry season.

What is warm and tropical?

200

This was Australia's first developed human culture.

What are the Aborigines?

200

This project, funded by National Geographic, studies and documents languages at risk.

What is the Enduring Voices Project?

300
This CONTINENT has both the coldest climate on earth and the highest elevation.

What is Antarctica?

300

These ring-shaped reefs, islands, or chains of islands, dot the pacific realm.

What are atolls?

300

The largest coral reef on the planet.

What is the Great Barrier Reef?

300

These are non-native plants and animals that disturb the habitats of native life forms.

What are invasive species?

300

These 2 areas are considered language hotspots because there are so many endangered languages there.

What are Australia and Papua New Guinea?

400

This country exports gold and coffee to Australia.

Papua New Guinea

400

These type of islands are created by a gradual buildup of skeletons of coral and other tiny marine animals.

What are low islands?

400

Because of this, that occurred in 2008, farmers couldn't water their crops, ranchers sold off their herds, and major irrigation sources were depleted.

What is a drought?

400

This huge red rock in Australia has been considered a sacred site for thousands of years.

What is Uluru?

400

This involves supporting community-led efforts to bring back vanishing languages by teaching them to young people.

What is language revitalization?

500

In traditional Polynesia, culture was maintained through this tradition, in which stories are passed by word of mouth from generation to generation.

What is the oral tradition?

500

About 75% of this country's population lives in the coastal cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Adelaide.

What is Australia?

500

This part of Oceania is on the South Pole and has one of the most extreme climates on the planet.

What is Antarctica?
500

These early sea travelers sailed from Southeast Asia, were experts at navigation, and built outrigger canoes with attached floats.

What are seafarers?

500

By this year, more than half the world's languages may no longer exist.

What is 2100?

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