The Nullarbor Plain is part of the area of flat, almost treeless arid
or semi arid country of southern Australia, located north of the
Great Australian Bight and south of the Great Victoria Desert. It is
the largest single piece of limestone in the world, and is about
200,000 square kilometres in size: Very big. It overlaps both
Western Australia and South Australia.
Null means "None" and arbor means "trees"... this desert is totally
treeless. There are also no rivers or streams, and there is almost
no rain. There are numerous beautiful limestone caves in the
Nullarbor plain called "karst"
There are some animals which live on the Nullarbor, including
native emus, kangaroos, wallabies and introduced camels.
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