Australian Biome

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Australian Biome

The deserts of Australia cover 1,371,000 square kilometres

Biomes

The Australian biome!

A home to many animals, the Australian tropical savanna is one of the world's largest tropical savannas.

There are three major biomes in Australia. Each has it's own organisms and climate.Tropical: this consists of a closed-canopy rain forest or eucalyptus forests with mountain ash and gum trees.Savanna: this is typically, a grassland or woodland area.Desert: this area is typically barren of vegetation and desert varieties of eucalptyus and acacia.

Come visit Australia!

This area, which stretches along the north-east coast of Australia for some 450 km, is made up largely of tropical rainforests.


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