50 Insane Facts About Australia

Before you head off to Australia to complete our TEFL training course or to start work as an EFL teacher, there are a few fun facts we think you should know about this unique country.
And the longest fence which is twice the length of the Great Wall of China.
But did you know that there are 750,000 wild camels roaming the outback or that the wombat has cube shaped poop?
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Due to its huge size it is unsurprising that Australia holds a few ‘big’ records, including the world’s longest straight section of road that stretches for 146 km across the Nullarbor Plain.
The fact that Australia is home to 17 of the 26 most venomous snakes in the world simply highlights the country’s well know reputation for deadly wildlife.

SOURCE: www . infogrades . com/travel-infographics/50-insane-facts-about-australia/

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