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What is the difference between Australia and New Zealand?

Asked by E. Reyes, Last updated: Oct 25, 2020

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Answered Mar 17, 2020

Australia is one of the largest countries on the globe, and it is a continent. It has a wide array of unique animals, such as the kangaroo and the koala. It is subtropical and tropical. It is chiefly concentrated in the coastal areas and the major urban centers. Before Australia was populated, the land belonged to the Aborigines, which is a big part of their culture to this day, especially in the outback and island territories. The English and European have a tremendous impact on the coastal areas.

Australia is one of the largest countries on the globe, and it is a continent. It has a wide array
New Zealand is east of Australia, and it is a sovereign island country in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean. New Zealand is formed of two main islands and a cluster of other islands. Most of the population is in Maori, whose people came from different parts of Polynesia. New Zealand was the largest habitable landmass settled by humans. The colony was inhabited to spread British religious ideals.

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