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Are Adapted To These Conditions And Quickly Sprout Anew In Fact Gallery

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Choose from 4 pictures in our Are Adapted To These Conditions And Quickly Sprout Anew In Fact collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cycads after the fire - detail of a cycads freshly sprouted leaves after a wildfire
Cycads after the fire - detail of a cycads freshly sprouted leaves after a wildfire
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Cycads after the fire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire with freshly sprouted cycads
Cycads after the fire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire with freshly sprouted cycads
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Wildfire in the bush - the flames of a raging bushfire burn up dried grass and gum trees
Wildfire in the bush - the flames of a raging bushfire burn up dried grass and gum trees
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Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire
Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire
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Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire. Though trees and soil are still blackened, new sprouts of green are already visible Featured Image

Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire. Though trees and soil are still blackened, new sprouts of green are already visible

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Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire. Though trees and soil are still blackened, new sprouts of green are already visible
Northern Territory, Australia
Wild - or bushfires are a rather normal sight in the very dry areas of central and western Australia. A lot of plants; especially gum trees and cycads; are adapted to these conditions and quickly sprout anew. In fact; some of them need the occurance of a bushfire for renewal; which is the case with cycads. The traditional owners; the Aboriginal people; use this ability of nature to recover as method of hunting. With controlled burns they force grass to sprout anew which again brings back grazing wildlife like kangaroos. Uncontrolled bushfires; though; often eat up a lot of land and can cause damage which takes decades to recover. Such burn damages can be seen throughout Australia.
Steffen & Alexandra Sailer
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