The interior of Australia, which is sparsely inhabited with low plateaus and plains is called
A. The coral reef
B. The Outback
C. The atoll
D. The outer islands
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Which group in Maori society was at the lowest level?
D. Slaves is the lowest level of Maori society.
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Which group first settled in New Zealand?
The answer is C. Maori.Auto answered|Score 1|ArslanBasit|Points 1925|User:
The people who migrated to Melanesia developed
A. an economy based on fishing and farming.
B. protected settlements.
C. a culture based on art.
D. an economy based on trade
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Which environmental problem is affecting Tuvalu?
B. Climate change
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A significant aspect of Australia’s environment is that Australia is the
A. driest inhabited continent.
B. largest continent in the Pacific.
C. planet’s most isolated continent.
D. continent with the most animal species.
The answer is
A. driest inhabited continent.Auto answered|Score 1|jeifunk|Points 8786|User:
The Polynesian islands vary widely and can be divided into
A. sea islands and land islands.
B. wet islands and dry islands.
C. small islands and large islands.
D. high islands and low islands
B. wet islands and dry islands. Auto answered|Score 1|Daphne|Points 55|User:
What divides Antarctica into two regions?
A. The Ross Sea
B. The Antarctic Peninsula
C. The Weddell Sea
D. The Transantarctic Mountains
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What forms icebergs?
A. Blocks of packed ice that stick together
B. Pieces of glaciers that fall into the sea
C. Ocean water that freezes in Antarctica’s cold climate
D. Heavy snowfall that freezes on the ocean’s surface
Pieces of glaciers that fall into the sea forms icebergs.Auto answered|Score 1|jeifunk|Points 8786|User:
In the early 1900s, who controlled most of the Pacific islands?
A. The island nations, which set up independent governments in the Pacific
B. France, Spain, Great Britain, Japan, and the U.S., which claimed Pacific colonies
C. The descendents of Australia’s prison colony, who conquered the Pacific islands
D. The Maori, who spread from New Zealand and the Cook Islands to the rest of the Pacific
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