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            L'Australie est le seul pays au monde où vivent les kangourous. Il existe 254 espèces de marsupiaux dont 52 sont des kangourous. Tout comme les phoques du Canada qu'on accuse injustement de consommer trop de morues alors que la surpêche est la principale menace de la de s'attaquer aux plantations et de consommer l'herbe destinée au bétail alors que ces animaux sont tués dans les "bushes" australiens, à des centaines de kilomètres des fermes d'exploitation.

 

            La plupart des kangourous vivent en groupe d'une centaine alors que certains kangourous de petite taille (Wallabies, Wallaroos et Pademelons) vivent en solitaire.  

Les femelles kangourous ne donnent naissance qu'à un seul petit par portée et la gestation dure de 30 à 40 jours. A leur naissance, les bébés kangourous ne mesurent pas plus de 2 centimètres. Les femelles portent leurs petits dans une poche abdominale.

Hi Pet;

Here is a small list of codes and examples that you could use for your next page or when you are putting articles with pictures into forums.
Remember this little code to give you more space between para graphs. Every time you use this code and another paragraph code the space gets bigger. This is the code    
and here is the resultis what I mean

 

 

  Look in your browser and see the result each time I put in the paragraph code and the special code I got an extra space

Text can be positioned around the image by positioning the image within a paragraph of text, using line breaks where needed:  

 

A centred image with some text above,
  on the right,
and underneath.

 

Text can also be placed between two images, if there is sufficient space:

 

Text in the middle

 

Vertical Alignment of Images in a Text Line

The ALIGN attribute of the IMG tag can take one of the values top|middle|bottom|left|right. In the examples above, the image may not be in the desired vertical position in relation to the text. The "top", "middle" and "bottom" attribute values can be used to suggest vertical alignment of the image within the current line of text. Align="top"

 

This is with align="top", but with these vertical alignment examples...

 

This is with align="top", but with these vertical alignment examples you have to keep your text short - otherwise it can look really dumb! This is because the alignment refers to the current line of text; any following lines of text will probably move below the image, leaving unwanted gaps. We will have a look at ways to wrap text around the image shortly. Align="middle"

This is with align="middle"

On your browser, this markup produces: This is with align="middle" We can use this to improve the look of an earlier example:

A centred image with some text above,
on the left, on the right,
and underneath.

A centred image with some text above, on the left, on the right, and underneath. Align="bottom"  

 

This is with align="bottom"

On your browser, this markup produces: This is with align="bottom" Text Flow Around an Image In HTML 3.2, the "left" and "right" values of the ALIGN attribute provide for an image to be floated to the left or right margin, with text flowing around it. Align="left"  

 

AWPA With align="left", the image floats to the left margin, with the text on the right. This allows long lines of text to wrap around the image.

On your browser, this markup produces: With align="left", the image floats to the left margin, with the text on the right. This allows long lines of text to wrap around the image. Align="right"  

 

With align="right", the image floats to the right margin and the text wraps on the left hand side of the image.

On your browser, this markup produces: With align="right", the image floats to the right margin and the text wraps on the left hand side of the image. BR and the clear attribute In both the previous examples, the paragraphs ended with: ... the image.

If the clear attribute had not been used, the elements following the floating image would have continued to wrap around the image. In HTML 3.2, the BR tag can have a CLEAR attribute with a value of "left", "right" or "all". It is used to move down past floating images.
moves down past floating images on the left margin,
moves down past floating images on the right margin, and
moves down past floating images on both margins. Left and Right  

  Finally, the following example should display an image left and right, with a horizontal rule underneath:



On your browser, this markup produces: If the
is omitted, the result is: