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PORTFOLIO

AMONG CRODILES

MITCHELL-RIVER NATIONALPARK

Rivers, lakes and forests all the way to the ocean: the Walpole Wilderness is biologically unique. Western Australia's biggest dizzy lives here: the "Queen of Sheba". The calls of the Carnabie cockatoos can be heard everywhere. Analysing their DNA brings amazing things to light. The 20 metre high Red Tingles eucalypts are also astonishing. Their highly flammable oils make them susceptible to fire. Some plants can even benefit from a fire. Wood is food for many animals. Termites chew up fallen trees. And where there are termites, there are also numbats. Their population is just as endangered as that of the honey possums.

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