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The catastrophic bushfires raging across much of Australia have not only taken a huge human and economic toll, but also delivered heavy blows to biodiversity and ecosystem function.
Advertisement Landscapes don’t get much harsher: plains of blinding white quartz studded with stunted acacia shrubs stretching towards a horizon shimmering in a heat haze. Survival in such a place is tough. It stretches credibility that an animal could be so finely tuned to this land of scorched stones that it lives nowhere else. Such… View Article
A pair of endangered owls breeding in a suburban backyard shows why we need to protect remnant bushland in our cities.
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