The indigenous natives of Australia are referred to as "Aboriginals". They refer to themselves as "Koorie" (The People).
The emu is a native Australian bird.
Almost.The galah is a native Australian bird.
Koalas are native Australian animals, but they are not classified as "endangered".
Whale sharks are native to Australian waters, as well as to waters elsewhere.
The Australian magpie is native to Australia.
the Australian dingo is the only native dog to Australia.
Australian Fur Seal and Australian Pelican are animals in Australia. The Australian Magpie is another Australian animal.
The Australian term for a wildfire is bushfire.
Yes. Budgies are native to Australia alone.
a fish is an ausrtalian native animal
Australian Native Plants Society - Australia - was created in 1957.
You would call him a man. The Australian slang for a man is "bloke".
The goanna is a native Australian reptile. One variety of central Australia is known as the perentie by the indigenous people.
Yes. The Australian Magpie is a distinct, native species.
No. Maple trees are not native to Australia.
No. The dragonfruit is not native to Australia.
The only commercially grown Australian native nut is the Macadamia Nut.
ones American ones Australian
no, wombats are native to Australia
yes they are australian
Yes. Koalas are Australian native animals. They are endemic to Australia, meaning they are not found in the wild in any other country.
No, honeybees are not native to Australia. They were introduced to the continent in 1822.
Yes. Dugongs are native to many parts of the world, including Australian waters.
An aborigine is an Australian version of a native person from the beginning of Australian from the beginning of time