Project of State or Territory Guess
I choose State!!! my state is Tasmania!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Capital City of Tasmania
Animal and Plants
About the size of a small dog, the Tasmanian devil is the world's largest
surviving carnivorous marsupial and is found only in Tasmania. The discordant
snarls, screeches and growls they make are believed to have contributed to the naming
of the devil and they are often heard fighting over food and during mating.
Harbour and in waters off the Tasman Peninsula and Bruny Island. The ever risible dolphin can be a regular
revalent in to tour boats cruising any of these waters.
The Huon Pine is one of the slowest-growing and longest-living plants in the world. It can grow to an age of 3,000
years or more. Huon pine is found in western Tasmania (not far from Strahan), on the Central Plateau and in the
Pandani is found only in Tasmania and is the largest heath plant in the world. Although it resembles its namesake,
the pandanus palm of tropical and South-East Asia, the pandani is in no way related to it. In Tasmania, pandanis
are found in sub-alpine plant communities. You can find enormous stands of pandanis around Dove Lake
at Cradle are found in sub-alpine plant communities. You can find enormous stands of pandanis around Dove
Lake at Cradle Mountain..
Narawntapu National Park
The park has a rich concentration of birds including robins, wrens and fantails or
you may hear the sharp call of golden whistlers. At least one pair of the endangered Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle and white-bellied sea eagles are often seen. Spend some time camping in the park at Bakers Beach, where you can enjoy excellent campgrounds, picnic area and wildlife viewing areas. Visit Penguin Island, which is accessible at low tide, but be aware that strong rips occur around the island. At low tide you can access Rabbit Island. Wander the historic farm in the park, and explore the wetlands, dunes and lagoons, each with environment home to a variety of plants and animals.
is common in the rainforests of the west and south-west particularly montane areas and also occurs in alpine vegetation. It is a climbing plant, often seen draped around the trunks of trees
Hard Water Fern Blechnum wattsii
Hard water fern Blechnum wattsii
This plant is one of the most common ferns in Tasmania's rainforests. It also occurs in wet sclerophyll forests. It has thick leathery fronds that rattle when walked through - hence the alternative common name of 'rattle fern'. It is common in forests throughout eastern Australia.
Landmarks Cradle Mountain