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Aborigine
a member of the original race to live in an area : NATIVE
convict
a person serving a prison sentence
uncharted
not recorded or located on a map, chart, or plan
continent
1 : one of the great divisions of land (as North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, or Antarctica) on the globe
squatter
2 a : one that settles on land without right or title or payment of rent b : one that settles on public land under government regulation with the purpose of acquiring title
gold rush
1 : a rush to newly discovered goldfields in pursuit of riches
2 : the headlong pursuit of sudden wealth in a new or lucrative field
kangaroo
any of numerous leaping marsupial mammals of Australia, New Guinea, and adjacent islands that feed on plants and have a small head, long powerful hind legs, a long thick tail used as a support in standing or walking, and in the female a pouch on the abdomen in which the young are carried
wombat
any of several stocky burrowing Australian marsupials that resemble small bears
cockatoo
any of numerous large noisy usually showy chiefly Australasian parrots that have a bunch of feathers on the head