Weather Conditions in Australia

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Nowadays, Australia is the most attractive, exotic and vibrant tourism destination. Thousands of tourists explore the wonder attractions and experience an extreme climate in Australia. This essay will contrast the Australia’s weather and natural features with a different fascinating continent such as South America. Firstly, the Australia’s weather shares similar conditions with South America. “ Australia experiences temperate weather for most of the year but the climate can vary due to the size of our continent.” Says the Bureau of Meteorology website. In fact, the northern states usually experience warm weather much of the time, with the southern states experiencing cooler winters. Whereas, in the centre of the country are dry and desert regions. In contrast, the climate in South America is hot and wet and the conditions changes in different places of the continent. For example, the centre has the typical hot and wet climate suitable for the growth of rain forest. On the other hand, the temperature of the mountains in the north and south is cold throughout the year. The lowest temperatures reached in South America are comparable to the extreme lows experience in some states of Australia. Secondly, Australia and South America share the top of natural wonders around the world. “Australia is one of the most biologically diverse country on the planet” Shows us the CNN Travel website. In fact, the species of plants, mammals, birds and tropical fish are unique in Australia. For example, the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland is the world’s largest reef environment. The tourist can explore the colourful coral islands and a wonderful marine life. In contrast, the Amazon Rainforest in South America has been called “Lungs of the planet” For example, more than 20 percent of the world oxygen is produced in these forest. Furthermore, more than half of the world’s species of plants, animals and insects lives in the tropical rainforest. Finally, Australia and South America have...
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