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These are the Aussie plants that have managed to make a miraculous return.
Wee Jasper Grevillea
The Wee Jasper Grevillea — a critically endangered member of the Proteaceae family, flowered in the Burrinjuck Nature Reserve for the first time in two decades at the end of last month thanks to the efforts of the 'Saving Our Species' program, which undertook intensive feral goat controls.
Photo credit: L. Lindsay/ Environment and Heritage NSW