Daintree Daily

By oliver

Interview From A Explorer From The Daintree

Hi, today we will be having Bill who recently came back from the Daintree Rainforest in Carins which is in Queensland. He has reported that he is pleased with the interesting flora andh fauna in the Daintree Rainforest so we are lucky to have him today so please give a warm welcome to Bill Gates.

Me:Hello there Bill Gates

Bill:Great,I am glad to be back

Me:How was your day?Good

Bill:Great,bit tired but great

Me:How the air smelt?

Bill:Awsome but it was a bit moist so that ruined.The air is also very fresh,very damp and very...very...well I can not discribe it.It smelt very relaxing and cool

Me:Did you find any flora?

Bill:Ya very interesting like a Hydrangea and over one million others.Like cassowary gum and bolly carabeen and---

Me:Whoah Whoah do not give me a big list.

Me:Wow seriously I never heard of those in my life.

Bill:Well they are native to the Daintree so I would not doubt it.They are very cool and many exotic fruit.The accommodations are full in luxury and the environment is great

Me:Approximately how much trees are there in the Daintree Rainforest?

Bill:Impossible to tell over one million for sure.There are. So many it's like a crowd of trees

Me:What do you love about the Daintree?

Bill:Of cause the view,the cassowary and the accommodation.Also I love to smell the flora and the exotic fauna.

Me:Wow!You saw a cassowary

Bill:Yes, I could hear him he tried to kick me

Me:What did you learn about the Daintree?

Bill:I learned that the Daintree is the biggest rainforest in Australia.Also the Daintree Rainforest is a tropical rainforest region on the north east coast of Queensland, Australia north of Mossman and Cairns. At around 1,200 km2 the Daintree is the largest continuous area of tropical rainforest on the Australian continent.

Me:Well,thanks for coming Bill

Bill:Your welcome.


Bill:Goodbye hope I come bacK

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