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www.reference.com/article/australia-kids-865b496058567fcb

Australia is an island, a country and also a continent. Because of its remote location, Australia has many animal species that live on the island and nowhere else in the world.

www.reference.com/article/indian-culture-kids-63211cbaa856090a

Facts for kids about Indian culture include that the sari is the most popular traditional garment for women. Always made from 9 yards of precisely draped fabric, the sari is appropriate for all types of occasions, formal or otherwise.

www.reference.com/article/did-american-culture-influence-australia-2435a3c0214a6be2

American dominance of Australia's entertainment industry influences Australian culture. As of 2011, seven of the top ten favorite TV shows, including "How I Met Your Mother" and "NCIS," are American. This has also influenced Australian society through ads that glorify A...

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Australia is the largest island in the world. It is also the smallest continent in the world, covering just under 3 million square miles and supporting a population of 23 million people, 80 percent of whom live near a coastline.

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The age that kids start school in Australia varies according to state, but generally once kids turn six, they must attend an institution. In some states kids can start school once they turn five, but they are not required to by law, according to KidSpot.

www.reference.com/article/culture-france-12ca33e56fa25f95

French culture is rooted in the Frankish, Gallo-Roman and Celtic traditions. Although France is the largest Western European nation, the country has a relatively low population. The capitol and center of French culture is Paris.

www.reference.com/article/island-kids-72624b7c0955135

Some facts include: islands can be created by volcanic explosions, the largest island in the world is Greenland and Rhode Island is not a true island. The size of islands are constantly changing due to tides of the ocean, and it is hard to determine the smallest island ...