My Country Comparisons

Australia, United Arab Emirates and Netherlands


Australia: Australians play lots of different sports, not only do they compete in every possible sport in the Olympics but they also play Football (AFL), Soccer, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Cricket, Car Racing, Cycling and Marathons.

United Arab Emirates: As well as a lot of Olympic sports they also play a lot of Soccer, Tennis, Cricket, Camel Racing, Motorsport, Rugby Union Sevens, Falconry and Endurance Riding.

Netherlands: They play a lot of team sports and individual sports. They play Soccer, Field Hockey, Volleyball, Baseball, Cricket, Rugby Union, Tennis, Cycling, Ice Skating, Athletics, Horse Riding, Swimming, Judo and Kick Boxing.


Australia: In Australia 70% are Christian, 16% don’t believe in anything, 9% are unknown and the rest are other religions that a very little amount of people in Australia believe in.

United Arab Emirates: In this country 80% of people are Muslim, 8% are Hindi, 5% are Christians and the rest believe in other religions or none at all.

Netherlands: In the Netherlands 42% of the people believe in no religion, 30% are catholic, 6% are Muslim and the rest believe in other religions.

Life Expectancy

Australia: The life expectancy in Australia is between 81 years old to 82 years old.

United Arab Emirates: The life expectany of people in the United Arab Emirates is between 76 and 77 years.

Netherlands: The life expectancy of people that live in the Netherlands is 81 years.


Australia: Australia is home to so many unique animals that you will only find is Australia. Some, like a Brown Snake or an Australian Magpie, are part of a species that are found in other countries. Some different types of Magpies are native to America. Then there are snakes, there are thousands of different species of snakes in the world and there are also quite a few different types of snakes that are native to Australia. There are hundreds of different animals that are native to Australia that has a couple of different features and those animals you will only find in Australia. Some of the most well-known native Australian animals are animals such as the Kangaroo, Platypus, Crocodile, Cockatoo, Kookaburra, Goanna, Dingo, Emu, Wombat, Blue-Bottle Jellyfish, Koala, Possum and Wallaby. There are tons of other native Australian animals other then these, but these are just different types of animals you would find in other countries.

United Arab Emirates:There aren’t to many different animals that are native to the United Arab Emirates. They are as follows; Arabian Oryx, Sand Gazelle, Arabian Mountain Gazelle, Arabian Tahr, Arabian Leopard, Hare and the Spiny-Tailed Lizard.

Netherlands: The animals that are native to the Netherlands are as follows; Wild Boar, Elk, Roe Deer, Common Seal, Cross Fox, Beech Marten, Common Otter, Badger, European Pine Martin, Ermine, European Polecat, European Mink, Least Weasel, Arctic Wolf, Beluga, Atlantic Dolphin, Common Porpoise, Devil Fish, Long-Finned Pilot Whale, Euphrosyne Dolphin, Grey Dolphin, Bottle-Nosed Dolphin, Pygmy Sperm Whale, Atlantic White-Sided Dolphin, White-Beaked Dolphin, North Atlantic Beaked Whale, North Atlantic Right Whale, Common Minke Whale, Noctule, Nathusius’ Pipistrelle, Northern Bat, Common Pipistrelle, Serotine, Brown Big-Eared Bat, Gray Big-Eared Bat, Particoloured Bat, Bechstein’s Bat, Brandt’s Bat, Pond Bat, Geoffroy’s Bat, Greater Mouse-Eared Bat, Whiskered Bat, Western Barbastelle, Natterer’s Bat, Lesser Noctule, Brown Hare, European Rabbit, Black-Bellied Hamster, Garden Dormouse, Eurasian Red Squirrel, Eurasian Harvest Mouse, Field Vole, Root Vole, Common Vole, Eurpoean Pine Vole, Common Dormouse, Yellow-Necked Field Mouse, Long-Tailed Field Mouse and the Eurasian Beaver.

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