New Zealand PowerPoint. Facts about New Zealand. Countries. New Zealand has less countries but more islands. Important People.
New Zealand PowerPoint
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There are Important people. One is a cultural group called maos. There are inventors in New Zealand too. Bill Hamilton developed the modern jet boat. Another one is Leon Styles he’s the inventor of the “Rocking Trigger”
There are important and historical places in New Zealand. One historical place in New Zealand is Larnach Castle. It was Built in 1871.Another one is Otaga Gold Fields. Its one of the oldest mining field.
The physical features for New Zealand are North Island, South Island, Cook Strait, Southern Alps, Mount cook, Canturbury Plains.
Humans and the Physical Environment
The need to farm to survive. They need food to survive so they can eat.
The people have an impact on the world because it can rebound on the people then the world.
Geographic Factors And Natural Resources
New Zealand’s Geographic factors and natural resource’s are wood products, fertilizers, wool products , geothermal energy and, hydroelectric.
Types of Government
New Zealand Has a Parliamentary Democracy of a government.
New Zealand loves entertainment. They love camping, hiking, hunting, boating , mounting , climbing, cricket, rugby, and sports.
They also farm to grow crops so they can eat.
New Zealand inherit European so that’s their culture.
Location and map
New Zealand is located in the north west section in the Pacific Rim. It is southeast of Australia.
Important Historical Fact
Almost 200 years passed before settlers-most of them British-arrived.
In 1840 British officials signed a treaty with Maori leaders.
In 1893 the colony became the first land to give women the right to vote