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Physical Features of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica

outback Inland areas of Australia west of the Great Dividing Range
coral reef long undersea structure formed by the tiny skeletons of coral, a kind of sea life
geyser spring of water heated by molten rock inside the earth that, from time to time, shoots hot water into the air
high island mountainous island in the Pacific Ocean formed by volcanic activity
low island type of island in the Pacific Ocean formed by the buildup of coral
atoll circular shaped islands made of coral
continental island island formed centuries ago by the rising and folding of the ocean floor due to tectonic activity
ice shelf thick layer of ice that extends above the water
iceberg huge pieces of floating ice that broke off from an ice shelf or glacier and fell into the sea
marsupial mammals that carry their young in a pouch
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Created by: akennon