Write down the names of the geographic features associated with James Cook’s round-the-world travels

Cook’s first trip around the world from 1768 to 1771. He explored the shores of Australia, especially its eastern part. Also explored the shores of Taitti. Then he went to New Zealand, to the island of Panaitan, and returned to England.

The second expedition took place in the period from 1772 to 1775. He began by circling the Cape of Good Hope, then crossed the Antarctic Circle. Then we went again to Taitti, then to New Zealand, Easter Island, Marquesas Islands, Espiritu Santo Island, New Caledonia, Cape Horn.

The third expedition (1776-1779). He visited the following sites: Tasmania, Friendship Island, Taitti, Christmas Island, Hawaii, North America, Alaska, Arctic Circle, Aleutian Islands.

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