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Sub-Antarctic Plant House

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"Botanical Garden"
"The Sub-Antarctic Botanic Pavilion is located in the Royal Botanic Garden of Tasmania. It displays plants unique to the sub-Antarctic islands at high latitudes, and the cold fog reflects the humid and cold living environment of its remote homes. These plants, mainly from Macquarie Island, were collected by scientific researchers during field trips to Macquarie Island. Macquarie Island is a small island located in southern Tasmania. It is located between Australia and Antarctica and belongs to the sub-Antarctic climate and geographical environment. Walking into the hall, you can hear the sounds of wild animals on Macquarie Island, including seals, penguins, albatross, etc., as well as endless sound of wind, rain and other sound effects, making you a real place The illusion of Antarctica. The Sub-Antarctic Botanical Pavilion, with the support of the Australian Antarctic Foundation, Hobart City Council, and Friends of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, October 13, 2000 Day is open to the public. The Botanical Pavilion aims to replicate the appearance and environmental conditions of Macquarie Island and serve as a laboratory for plant cultivation in the area. The curved interior walls are painted with murals depicting the various environments of the island, while the landscape part is decorated with plants, moss and rocks collected from Macquarie Island. Figure 1: From the map-Royal Tasmania Botanic Garden is like a colorful butterfly; Figure 2-5: Subantarctic Plant House." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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