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After Aboriginal people were forced from their land, the rainforest understory thickened and became a bushfire risk. Credit - Shutterstock
June 10, 2021

The Wet Tropics of Australia — rainforest stretching 450 kilometres along Queensland’s coastline — is renowned for its vast array of wildlife and ancient plant species. It’s little wonder the rainforest is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of 20 in Australia. However, the cultural heritage of the Wet Tropics isn’t recognised or celebrated with quite the same gusto...

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