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The Falkland Islands Geographical features Population and economy Archipelago of 740 islands in South Atlantic Ocean Oceanic climate: not very cold in winter, humid and warm in summer Capital: Stanley Population mainly of British descent Official language: English (Spanish widely spoken) Economy: tourism, sheep farming, fishing Biodiversity History Fauna: five species of penguins No native reptiles 14 species of marine mammals (including whales, sea lions and dolphins) 1764: French colony 1765: the British claimed the islands 1770: Spanish commander forced British to leave 1832: Argentinian sovereignty 1833: British established permanent administration 1982: Argentina temporarily invaded the islands South Africa, The Rainbow Nation Introduction Three capitals: Pretoria, Cape Town, Bloemfontein Johannesburg: business centre Languages: English and Afrikaans 124 The land Southern part of the African continent Great Escarpment: mountainous region Veld: flat territory Wildlife Kruger National Parks: safari and best place to see leopards KwaZulu-Natal Reserve: area of the Zulu people, habitat of the big five

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