Учитель английского языка
МКОУ СОШ № 2 с. Князе-Волконское-1
Хабаровского муниципального района
Таран Людмила Витальевна
Материал к уроку: “Контроль ЗУН по аудированию”
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The name Kakadu comes from the Aboriginal language formerly spoken in the northern part of the Park. Kakadu is ecologically and biologically diverse.
Approximately half of the land in Kakadu is aboriginal land under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory). About 500 Aboriginal people live in the Park; many of them are traditional owners.
Kakadu was established in 1965
Kakadu is located in the tropics, between 12° and 14° south of the Equator. The climate is monsoonal, characterised by two main seasons: the dry season and the rain season. The rain season (January to March/April) is characterised by warm temperatures and rain.
Kakadu's flora is among the richest in northern Australia with more than 1700 plant species
The distinctly different geographical areas of Kakadu have their own specialised flora..
About 60 mammal species have been recorded in the Park.
Kakadu’s many habitats support more than 280 species of birds, or about one-third of Australia’s bird species.
There are 117 species of reptiles in Kakadu National Park
Two species of crocodile occur in Kakadu: the Freshwater Crocodile and the Saltwater Crocodile
77 species of fish have been recorded in Kakadu’s waterways and only 27 are native fish species
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1. reptiles a. 77
2. mammal b. 60
3. fish c. 117
4. plant species d. 1000
5. birds e. 1700
6. insect f. 280
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V. Answer the questions
When was Kakadu National Park established?
The name Kakadu comes from the Indian language, doesn’t it?
Where is Kakadu National Park located?
How many Aboriginal people do live in the Park?
Are Aboriginal people traditional owners of the territory?
What is the climate in Kakadu National Park?
How is the rain season characterized?
What kind of crocodiles are in Kakadu National Park?