A. Aborigine *B. Maori C. Kiwi
D. Micronesian E. none of the above
26. The interior of New Zealand:
*A. contains rugged highlands that are sparsely populated
B. exhibits a dry land climate much like Australia’s interior
C. contains the island’s capital, largest city, and fertile outback
D. is home to more than half of the country's Indonesian aborigines
E. is the site of the capital of Wellington
A. New Zealand is only about 100 miles from Australia.
*B. While much of interior Australia is desert, much of interior New Zealand is mountains.
C. The capital of New Zealand is Auckland.
D. New Zealand is comprised of three large islands.
E. Most of New Zealand’s population lives in the interior of the country.
*A. Auckland B. Canterbury Plain C. Adelaide
D. Southern Alps E. Tasmania
29. The historic agreement between the Maori and Europeans in New Zealand is known as the Treaty of:
*A. Waitangi B. Canterbury C. Auckland
D. Maori E. Tasmania