What is the Meaning & Definition of Tasmania

Understood many times as a legendary land, Tasmania is a real place, an island located in the South of Australia which is part of the continent of Oceania and has its shores lapped by the Pacific Ocean. Although it is not part of the central territory of Australia, it is considered that Tasmania is a dependent territory of this country which is part of the Commonwealth or common Union of Australia. Tasmania has a population of more than 500 thousand people while its territory is 91 square kilometers. Tasmania is located just in front of the Australian State of Victoria, the smaller of all. It is separated from the rest of Australia by Bass Strait. The capital of Tasmania is the city of Hobart.
Tasmania has a volcanic geography that makes most of its mountains and elevations have been geologically formed by volcanic eruptions. However, since they are very old, none of them achieves to have important elevations, being most of the territory of Tasmania quite low. Tasmania is quite nice, being in the greater part of the year tempered, although during the winter wind currents can do to lower the temperature at an average of 3° Celsius.
As is the case with many islands and islets in the Pacific, Tasmania has a very important and very rich natural diversity as the presence of human beings has not reached never alter the area permanently. He is considered that much of its flora and fauna is endemic, which means that it is only in this space and that's that many plant and animal species have been or are in danger of extinction due to its scarcity. Among the most typical animals of this island must mention the famous Tasmanian Devil, a carnivorous marsupial, small size, and the Dingo, a species of wild dog that has been domesticated by man but that has always been considered one of the more strange breeds of dogs.
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