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Falkland Islands

Howe Island , New Caledonia and the Falkland Islands. One of the galaxiid species, the common galaxias (''Galaxias maculatus''), is probably the most widely naturally distributed freshwater fish in the world. They are cool water species, found in temperate latitudes, with only one species known from sub-tropical habitat. McDowall, R.M. (2006) Crying wolf, crying foul, or crying shame: alien salmonids and a biodiversity crisis in the southern cool-temperate galaxioid fishes? ''Rev Fish Biol Fisheries'' '''16:''' 233–422. Many specialise in living in cold, high altitude upland (upland and lowland (freshwater ecology)) rivers, streams and lakes. On the voyage around South America the vessel put in at the Falkland Islands to make repairs and take on fresh water. Upon leaving Captain Thorn set sail without eight of the crew and only stopped to pick them up after Robert Stuart threatened to shoot Thorn if he did not stop for them, as his uncle David was one of those not onboard. On December 25, they rounded Cape Horn and sailed north, reaching the Hawaiian Islands on February 12, 1811, where they dropped anchor at Kealakekua Bay (then known as the "Sandwich Islands" and "Karakakooa"). WikiPedia:Falkland Islands Dmoz:Regional South America Falkland Islands Commons:Category:Falkland Islands


Norway

, 450 species of birds (250 species nesting in Norway), 90 species of mammals, 45 fresh-water species of fish, 150 salt-water species of fish, 1,000 species of fresh-water invertebrates, and 3,500 species of salt-water invertebrates. About 40,000 of these species have been described by science


New Zealand

species, found in temperate latitudes, with only one species known from sub-tropical habitat. McDowall, R.M. (2006) Crying wolf, crying foul, or crying shame: alien salmonids and a biodiversity crisis in the southern cool-temperate galaxioid fishes? ''Rev Fish Biol Fisheries'' '''16:''' 233–422. Many specialise in living in cold, high altitude upland (upland and lowland (freshwater ecology)) rivers, streams and lakes. Release dates * 7 March 2005: Belgium, Denmark, Iceland, Ireland (Republic of Ireland), New Zealand, Norway, United Kingdom * 14 March 2005: Greece The centennial (Canadian Centennial) of Canadian Confederation in 1967 provided the right opportunity and circumstances in which to establish Canada's first order: the Order of Canada. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand

by the anglicised name as '''galaxiids''', are a family of mostly small freshwater fish in the southern hemisphere. The majority of species live in Australia or New Zealand, some are also found in South Africa, South America, Lord Howe Island, New Caledonia and the Falkland Islands. One of the galaxiid species, the common galaxias (''Galaxias maculatus''), is probably the most widely naturally distributed freshwater fish in the world. They are cool water


Mexico

, 1996, ISBN 978-3-88244-050-8 However, most are much smaller, such as the fresh and brackish water species from Australia like ''Hypseleotris'' spp., known locally as '''gudgeons''' (not to be confused with the Eurasian freshwater cyprinid ''Gobio gobio'', also known as the gudgeon and after which the Australian sleeper gobies were likely named). Riehl R. & Baensch H: ''Aquarium Atlas'' (vol. 2), pp 1063-1073, Microcosm Ltd, 1997, ISBN 978-1-890087-06-7 ref>


South Africa

fish in the southern hemisphere. The majority of species live in Australia or New Zealand, some are also found in South Africa, South America, Lord Howe Island, New Caledonia and the Falkland Islands. One of the galaxiid species, the common galaxias (''Galaxias maculatus''), is probably the most widely naturally distributed freshwater fish in the world. They are cool water species, found in temperate latitudes, with only one species known from sub-tropical habitat. McDowall, R.M. (2006) Crying wolf, crying foul, or crying shame: alien salmonids and a biodiversity crisis in the southern cool-temperate galaxioid fishes? ''Rev Fish Biol Fisheries'' '''16:''' 233–422. Many specialise in living in cold, high altitude upland (upland and lowland (freshwater ecology)) rivers, streams and lakes. left thumb 250px Shaun Pollock (File:Trent Bridge Cricket Ground - the first day of the 1998 Test Match - geograph.org.uk - 2273972.jpg) has just clipped Cork through mid-wicket during the 1st Test between England and South Africa (South Africa national cricket team) in 1998 at Trent Bridge Cork had a productive time in South Africa during their winter tour (English cricket team in South Africa in 1995-96), playing five Tests and six ODIs during the tour. Cork was once more England's leading wicket-taker, with 19 Test wickets at an average of 25.52 and best innings figures of 5 84. WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa


Australia

in Australia or New Zealand, some are also found in South Africa, South America, Lord Howe Island, New Caledonia and the Falkland Islands. One of the galaxiid species, the common galaxias (''Galaxias maculatus''), is probably the most widely naturally distributed freshwater fish in the world. They are cool water species, found in temperate latitudes, with only one species known from sub-tropical habitat. McDowall, R.M. (2006) Crying wolf, crying foul, or crying shame: alien salmonids and a biodiversity crisis in the southern cool-temperate galaxioid fishes? ''Rev Fish Biol Fisheries'' '''16:''' 233–422. Many specialise in living in cold, high altitude upland (upland and lowland (freshwater ecology)) rivers, streams and lakes. '''Adam John Hollioake''' (born 5 September 1971 in Melbourne, Victoria (Victoria (Australia)), Australia) is a cricketing all-rounder who played for Surrey and England. Wilde.S (2003) Adam Hollioake - Wisden cricketer of the year, ''Wisden''. Retrieved 2011-05-29. He captained Surrey (Surrey County Cricket Club) from 1997 until 2003, winning three County Championships, and led the England cricket team in One Day Internationals. He was named one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2003. right thumb 243px John Storey Memorial Clinic, Chippendale (Image:(1) John Storey Memorial Dispensary 1.JPG) '''John Storey''' (15 May 1869 – 5 October 1921) was an Australian politician who was Premier of New South Wales from 12 April 1920 until his sudden death in Sydney. His leadership enabled the New South Wales Labor Party (Australian Labor Party) to recover after the split over conscription and to allow it to continue to be a left-wing pragmatist rather than a socialist party. Early life Storey was born at or near Huskisson (Huskisson, New South Wales), New South Wales, Australia to English immigrant parents, William John, a shipbuilder, and Elizabeth Graham. His family moved to Balmain (Balmain, New South Wales) when he was six, Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


United States

February 25, 2010. group Note The import prices for shrimp fluctuate wildly. In 2003, the import price per kilogram shrimp in the United States was US$ 8.80, slightly higher than in Japan at US$8.00. The average import price in the EU was only about US$5.00 kg; this much lower value is explained by the fact that the EU imports more coldwater shrimp (from catches) that are much smaller than the farmed warm water species, and thus attain lower prices. In addition, Mediterranean Europe

sleeper gobies that get much bigger, such as the marbled sleeper goby, ''Oxyeleotris marmorata'', a freshwater species from Southeast Asia that can grow to 2 ft (60 cm) long. Riehl R. & Baensch H: ''Aquarium Atlas'' (vol. 1), p. 832, Voyageur Press, 1996, ISBN 978-3-88244-050-8 However, most are much smaller, such as the fresh and brackish water species from Australia like ''Hypseleotris'' spp., known locally as '''gudgeons


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