Bienvenue dans App Annie !
Vous trouverez ici toutes les informations utiles sur Animals Australia et des millions d'autres applis. Inscrivez-vous gratuitement pour en savoir plus sur les applis qui vous intéressent, les tendances des concurrents et l'actualité de l'industrie des applis.

Animals Australia

Note: Pas encore noté
Prix: Gratuit

Historique de classement des apps

Consulter l'historique des classements de téléchargement pour Animals Australia en États-Unis.
L'Historique des classements indique la popularité de Animals Australia sur TV Store app store et son évolution au fil du temps. Vous pouvez suivre la performance de Animals Australia pour chaque jour sur différents pays, catégories et appareils.
Classement des téléchargements - TV Store - États-Unis
Semaine dernièreCette semaine
Aucune donnée de classement pour la semaine dernière
Les données de cette semaine sont disponibles gratuitement après inscription.
Pour voir les données de cette semaine jusqu'à la dernière heure.

Découvrez-en plus après l'inscription gratuite !

Inscrivez-vous gratuitement pour obtenir un accès illimité aux classements, aux évaluations, aux notes, aux mots-clés et bien plus encore.

Description de l'appli

Our application will introduce you to the inhabitants of the wild nature Australia. You immerse yourself in the wonderful world of the mysterious sounds of animals. We will show you amazing photos of wild nature Australia.
Also in the appendix contains three mini games and links to other our programs about animals.

The fauna of Australia consists of a huge variety of animals; some 83% of mammals, 89% of reptiles, 24% of fish and insects and 93% of amphibians that inhabit the continent are endemic to Australia.[2] This high level of endemism can be attributed to the continent's long geographic isolation, tectonic stability, and the effects of an unusual pattern of climate change on the soil and flora over geological time. A unique feature of Australia's fauna is the relative scarcity of native placental mammals. Consequently, the marsupials—a group of mammals that raise their young in a pouch, including the macropods, possums and dasyuromorphs—occupy many of the ecological niches placental animals occupy elsewhere in the world. Australia is home to two of the five known extant species of monotremes and has numerous venomous species, which include the platypus, spiders, scorpions, octopus, jellyfish, molluscs, stonefish, and stingrays. Uniquely, Australia has more venomous than non-venomous species of snakes.

The settlement of Australia by Indigenous Australians between 48,000 and 70,000 years ago [3] (research in 2011 using DNA suggesting an arrival around 50,000 years ago),[4] and by Europeans from 1788, has significantly affected the fauna. Hunting, the introduction of non-native species, and land-management practices involving the modification or destruction of habitats have led to numerous extinctions. Some examples include the paradise parrot, pig-footed bandicoot and the broad-faced potoroo. Unsustainable land use still threatens the survival of many species. To target threats to the survival of its fauna, Australia has passed wide-ranging federal and state legislation and established numerous protected areas.

Découvrez tout sur des millions d'applis et l'actualité de l'industrie des applis grâce à App Annie.