Camels in the Australian Outback, Winery Requirements Per Vine, Bluefin Tuna Being the Most Valuable Catch, Bluefin Tuna Farming in Australia, the Longest Stretch of Railway in the World, and the Wealthiest 2.5 Square Kilometers in the World

750,000 camels live wild in the Australian outback. Originally brought to Australia to help side in exploration as well as the construction of the railway and telegraph lines which criss cross the country, they became redundant once the motorized vehicle became widespread and as such were let free into the wild. Australia is home to the largest mass collective of wild camels of anywhere in the world. A winery needs to irrigate 600 - 700 millimeters of water per vine. Bluefin tuna is the most luc...

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