With 7,300 vertebrate species and 21,000 plant and algae species, Australia’s biodiversity totals 28,300 species excluding invertebrates. As of 2000 New Zealand was home to 33,500 terrestrial species. This information came from two different sources and was most likely recorded at different times. The accuracy is questionable.
Both New Zealand and Australia have species of birds and mammals that have evolved over millions of years in that isolated region. Many of the species can only be found in this region.
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