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Understanding plants and animals

In Australia, we understand how nature springs back to life after a fire. In this resource students will investigate the effect of ash on the germination of native seeds and how fire can be used in productive ways.

Learning Area:

Science

Year level:

Level 6

Songwarbler perching on a branch

Songwarbler perching on a branch. Canberra, Ngunawal country. Photographer: Anna Calvert. Source: Getty Images. Used under licence.

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