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8 May 2009

The Eucalpyts

Eucalypts are a defining feature of the Australian landscape. They have adapted to thrive in most conditions of climate and terrain found in this country. In total there are close to nine hundred species and all but a few are indigenous to Australia. The forests of the Tablelands region contain an enormous variety of conditions, which in turn has led to its remarkable diversity of eucalypt varieties. Eucalypts provide a source of food, shelter and much more to both humans and animals. In many cases they are as useful as they are beautiful.

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