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A Lord Howe Island expert says a cloud forest at the top of towering Mt Gower is bursting with native plant and animal life after rats and mice were eradicated.Read more from www.abc.net.au
How absolutely amazing.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
"A Lord Howe Island expert says a cloud forest at the top of towering Mt Gower is bursting with native plant and animal life after rats and mice were eradicated."
Unfortunately, it's only isolated islands that you can remove all man-introduced invasive species from.
Australia would be a biological paradise if all the introduced species that kill and out compete native animals were eliminated, but you'd have to do without dogs, cats, sheep, rabbits, cattle, camels, wild horses, wild pigs and all the rest of the destructive introduced species.
Whether made with setups using sapphire and carbon fiber or an old mitten and a standard camera, these photographic approaches allow close-ups of the tiny masterpieces formed when snow falls.Read more from news.google.com
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Great article, thanks.
A miracle of nature.
Medieval Europeans were fanatical about a strange fruit that could only be eaten rotten. Then it was forgotten altogether. Why did they love it so much? And why did it disappear?Read more from www.bbc.com
The science behind Tasmanian thunderstorms explained - and the blond hunk with a big hammer has nothing to do with it, explains Tasmanian meteorologist Michael Conway.Read more from www.abc.net.au
A giant slab of ice breaks from Antarctica and enters the Weddell Sea, becoming the largest iceberg currently afloat in the world, the European Space Agency says.Read more from www.abc.net.au