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Interdependence in the environment

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge of fire as a land management tool reveals the profound understanding of ecological interdependencies. Integrating fire-stick farming cuts emissions, safeguards biodiversity, and fosters sustainable ecosystems.

Learning Area:

Science

Year level:

Level 9

Natural environment Drosera Aberrans, one of Australia's carnivorous plant species, located in Bendigo National Park.

Drosera Aberrans. Bendigo National Park, Victoria. Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung country. Photographer: Luigi Vetrano. Source: Wikimedia Common. Licence: CC BY-SA 4.0. 

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