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Australia is the world’s cattle king, with the largest cattle ranch, Anna Creek station, covering 9,266 square miles. The US’s largest cattle ranch is less than 1,300 square miles. Australia’s dry climate and sparse population make it ideal for cattle ranches. Additionally, South Australia is home to the world’s largest opal producer and wild camel herd. Bulls become agitated by the matador’s coat’s agitation, not its red color.

Texans might brag that everything is bigger in their state, but when it comes to livestock, the Lone Star State lags far behind Australia, the undisputed cattle king of the world. For example, he considers Anna Creek station in South Australia, which is larger than the entire country of Israel. The 9,266-square-mile (24,000 square km) ranch is so large that it can take weeks to round up the approximately 17,000 head of cattle that graze there. By comparison, the largest cattle ranch in the United States boasts an area of ​​less than 1,300 square miles (3,367 sq km). Australia’s dry climate and sparse population make it the perfect location for hundreds of cattle ranches that dwarf those in America.

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As well as having the largest cattle ranch, South Australia is also home to the mines of Coober Pedy, the world’s largest opal producer.
Cattle are red-green colorblind, which means that bulls participating in fights become agitated by the agitation of the matador’s coat, not because of its red color.
Australia is home to the largest wild camel herd in the world.

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