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Oceania Vocabulary

Vocabulary Oceania, New Zealand, Antarctica, Australia

atoll low-lying, ring shaped island
bush inland regions of Australia
Cacao dried coconut meat, which is used to make margarine, soap and other products
copra tropical tree that is used to make chocolate
coral a rocklike material from the skeletons of small sea animals
crevice deep crack in antarctic ice
fjord steep sided valley cut into mountains by action of glaciers
geothermal energy electricity prodced by natural underground sources of steam
high island pacific island formed by volcanic activity
ice shelf layer of ice above water in Antarctica
iceberg chunk of glacier that floats freely about ocean
krill tiny shrimplike animal that lives in the waters off antarctica and is food for many creatures
low island pacific island formed of coral and has very little vegetation
manuka small shrub of New Zealand
Marsupial mammal that carries its young in a pouch
outback rural areas of Australia
ozone type of oxygen that forms a layer in the atmosphere and protects all living things from certain harmful rays of the sun
phosphate minieral salt used in fertilizers
station cattle of sheep ranch in australia
trust territory area temporarily placed under control of another nation
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