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Daily Digest - March 22, 2019
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RANK: 6thlargest country in the world. This continent is the biggest island in the world.
  Hey! Today we are going to visit Australia. It is the smallest and beautiful continent. It has clean and beautiful beaches, interesting flora and fauna, mountains, river, lakes, desert, snow fields.  
POPULATION: 17 ½ million people live here.
ANIMALS: Koalas, Emu, Kangaroo, Tasmanian, Devils and Duck billed platypuses.
LONGEST CORAL REEF: Great barriers 2027 km from north to south.
LARGEST CITIES: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide  
MINERALS: Bauxite, Iron ore and Lead.  
VAST RESERVE: : Coal and Oil.  
CROPS: Sugarcane, Barley, Rice and Potatoes.  
FAMOUS PLACES: Sydney Opera house, National war memorial, Aboriginal cave painting.  

Central Australia is mainly dry, with brilliant blue skies especially from April to September. Rainfall usually occurs in the hottest months from October to March bringing welcome relief to the landscape and its people. But with a yearly average of only 275 ml of rain. During summer (October to March), sun screen, a hat and a plentiful supply of water are essential for touring companions, while throughout winter (May to September) extra clothing will protect you from cool evenings and cold mornings.

SPORTS: Soccer, Golf, Cricket, Tennis, Rugby, Motor racing, Football etc.  
CURRENCY:: Australian Dollar.  
FAMOUS PERSONALITY: Sir Don Bradman, Shane Warne,  
SPORTS: Rugby, Cricket, Golf, Fishing, Tennis.  

The Koala is one of Australia's best known animals. The name Koala comes from an Aboriginal word. It means “no drink", as Koalas get enough fluids through the eucalyptus leaves they feed on. Koalas make an extremely loud and aggressive growling noise.

The saltwater crocodile is the World's largest reptile.

The first word on telephone was “Walter come her I need you.” These word were said by Alexander Graham Bell. While he was working, some liquid from the battery fell on him. He called his servant Walter to clean it up. The voice was heard by his servant on the other side of the room.


Good thought : -Toll Stroy- If a simple piece of iron sold, it will fetch 5 rupees. But if melted and turned into horse shoe will fetch 10 rupees, if melted and converted to needle will fetch 500 rupees, and if hand watch is made out of it, will fetch 1000 rupees. Iron is the same, the value of it depends on moulding. The same is for the human, the way we mould we get the value of it.

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