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Oceania

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The islands of the southern, western, and central Pacific Ocean, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. The term is sometimes extended to encompass Australia, New Zealand, and the Malay Archipelago.

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Fiji's postal code is "FJ 696"
Is Guam even a language?I thought it is a place inthe US and its nota language...
Well if you are referring to the Guam herb many npcs (non-playable characters) drop them throughout runescape.
Tuvalu doesn't have a president, the Prime Minister is Apisai Ielemia, elected in 2006.
  The Indian ocean
The sort of islands that are land surrounded by water.
If it does air in Guam it will be 10:30 A.M. But it probably won't be on television in Guam.
Fiji - 18,130,000,000 sq meters.
A commercial flight from Los Angeles to Tamuning, Guam, would take  about 16 hours with connections. The travel time for flying out of  San Francisco is just about the same.
Oceania is also known as Oceanica or the "Australasian ecozone" .  What constitutes as the Oceania can vary but it is broadly known as  the region between Asia and the Americas.
No, Guam was excluded in 1959 by redrawing Hawaii's borders.
From the second Sunday of March until the first Sunday of November,  Guam is 15 hours ahead of Oklahoma. During the rest of the year the  time difference is 16 hours.    UTC-6 = time in Oklahoma from Nov. to Mar. (CST)   UTC-5 = time in Oklahoma from Mar. to Nov. (CDT)   UTC+10 = time...
A group of nine islands, totalling about 10 square miles and a population of 12,300, Tuvalu is the fourth smallest country (by size) in the world. Its highest elevation is about 15 feet above sea level and is subject to frequent flooding, not from sea water coming ashore but percolating up through...
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Hawaii, mount waialeale gets 460 inches of rain all year
The currency for Micronesia is the US Dollar (USD).
It would be the 10th of October, 1970, when Fiji gained it's independence
Techniqually Guam is a territory of the United States, but they're also their own soveirgn nation, they control their economy, military and actions in general.
Guam is strategically located in the central Pacific very close to Asia. Guam houses a few military bases that is important to US national security. Now that the global stage has turned to Asia, Guam is necessary for the US to remain a global superpower. If the US neglects their bases in the Asia...
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849,500 in 2007 the last census.
ωκεανία (okeania).
It is an opinion question.
Not everyone in a U.S. territory is a U.S. citizen (American  Samoans are not), but Guam residents are U.S. citizens.
No.It is not in the U.S.
The continental drift pulled all the continents away from each other. I LUV MUSHROOMS!
Fiji is an Island country, in its own right.
The term Girmitiya was and is in use for Identifying Indenture System
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Air New Zealand from New Zealand.Qantas from AustraliaContinental Airlines from GuamV Australia from AustraliaKorean Air from South KoreaAir Pacific - Fijis own airlines
All of Papua New Guinea is included in Oceania. Papua New Guinea occupies the eastern half of the island of New Guinea. The western half of the island of New Guinea belongs to Indonesia, which is regarded as part of Asia.
They eat all types of food which includes seafood, all types of vegetables, meat which is cooked in various ways.It's exciting to see and taste different dishes prepared by different races in Fiji.
The largest island is Fiji
Fiji shares water border with New Caledonia & Vanuatu to the west, The Solomon Islands to the North West, Tuvalu in the North, Wallis & Futuna to the North East and Tonga to the East.
Guam's motto is "Where America's Day Begins" This motto was "invented" as part of a promotional campaign for tourists.
Captain James Cook gave the Fiji Islands the name "Fiji" essentially due to a misunderstanding with Fiji's close neighbors the Tongans. Fijians originally called their islands "Viti". A Fijian person also refers to themselves as "Kaiviti" where "Kai" means "from" and "Viti" being the indigenous name...
The flight distance from Paris, France to Fiji is:10,289 miles / 16,558 km
i only know what the longest river is and that is:the Murray river. sorry that i could not answer the whole of your question.
It depends. In the Central division, the temperatures are more  moderate ranging from 18 to 24 degrees Celsius. In the western  Division, temperatures range from 22 to 30 degrees Celsius. In the  Eastern Division, it is mostly wet and lush so temperatures range  from 18 to 24 degrees Celsius. In...
Arts, music, clothing, food, culture, architecture, beautiful landscapes, coral reefs, surfing, nice sunsets....Miranda is awesome she is so cool and the prettiest girl in the world thats what fiji is famous for.... xoxo gossip gurl
Peter Fraser was the Prime Minister of New Zealand in WWII.
I think that the currency is called Cour de Franc Pacifique or Pacific Franc
In Fiji it has environmental problems like polution, water like recycling water, cyclones, tropical storms, floods and droughts thatcan effect many of the islands in Fiji.
Not very cold! The average temp. of Papua New Guinea is 26,8°
The Pacific Islands include the countries and territories of:   American Samoa (United States)     Aunuʻu   Ofu   Olosega   Rose Island   Swains Island (Olosenga, Olohega) (disputed)   Taʻu   Tutuila     Baker Island (United States)   Caroline Islands ...
*Melanesia *Micronesia *Polynesia
From the 1st Sun. of Nov. until the 4th Sun. of Jan., Fiji (UTC+13) is 20 hrs. ahead of Utah (UTC-7).From the 4th Sun. of Jan. until the 2nd Sun. of March, Fiji (UTC+12) is 19 hrs. ahead of Utah (UTC-7).From the 2nd Sun. of March until the 4th Sun. of Oct., Fiji (UTC+12) is 18 hrs. ahead of Utah ...
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Guam was a Spanish colony from 1565 until 1898 and was governed from the Philippines by the Spanish but was not a part of the Philippine Islands, it is in fact the largest of the Mariana Islands. Following the Spanish-American war the United States took control of Guam as part of the Treaty of...
Obviously the Fiji Islands!!!
  it has tropical temp. and heavy rainfall since most of the islands are rain forests
Fiji is poor because the lack of funding it receives, the monetary value of their currency and lack the export to other nations but yet getting more imports from other nations.
New Zealand and Papua New Guinea are not joined to Australia. Papua New Guinea lies 150km to the north of Australia's northernmost point, while New Zealand is 1250km from the Australian mainland. Sometimes, the two nations are grouped in the general region known as Australasia .
The courts in Fiji are the Supreme Court,Court of Appeal,High Court,Magistrates Court
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Que tipos de vegetação é na Oceania
The government of Tuvalu is a parliamentary democracy and a member of the British Commonwealth. The Chief of State is Queen Elizabeth II, represented by the Governor General, Filomea Telito; the head of government is Prime Minister Apisai Ielemia; and the Cabinet is appointed by the governor general...
We are called Chamorro (also spelled Chamoru)
The territorial capital of French polynesia is Papeete.
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Everything just like any other place on Earth.You will see cars, buses, trains, trucks, roads, houses, people, market, hotels, mountains, fruits, water, sand dunes, buildings, restaurants, bridges, schools, universities, mall, stores, bakery, gas station, threater, hospitals, cemetaries, phone booth...
Guam is now a cultural and culinary melting pot with Filipino, Chinese, Japanese, and Hawaiian influence. Some common foods are:   * red rice, which is cooked with achiote/annatto seeds,   * kelaguen which is similar to ceviche but with various proteins such as barbecued   chicken, raw...
British English is the countrys main language. Fijian and Hindi is the second most spoken language throughtout Fiji.
Macuata is the largest province in Fiji while Serua is the smallest province.
  Certainly is. It is the capital of Iceland and has a population of around 118,000 people.It is also the worlds most northernmost Capital.
The Fiji National Youth Day is a time of celebration throughout the young/teen generation of Fiji. It is usually celebrated at major parks with dances, food, culture, handicrafts displays, youths concerns and a time to celebrate the young generation of Fiji. This year 2010, Fiji wont be celebrating...
The Fiji dollar.
Tuvalu has no political parties but members of parliament usually align themselves in informal groupings.
Copra, seaweed and fish
The official language of Tuvalu is Tuvaluan, a Polynesian language variation; most of the population also speaks English.
Fiji's motto is: Rerevaka na Kalou ka doka na Tui. Translated to English is: Fear God and honor the Queen (Queen of England, that is.)
A large group of islands in the south Pacific including Melanesia and Micronesia and Polynesia
Yes,all seas are saltwater.
Less than 200 Million years old.
Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea
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  They are both islands.
None. Papua New Guinea has provinces, rather than states. There are 18 provinces, 1 autonomous region and the National Capital District of Port Moresby.