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Photos from the field: leaving habitats unburnt for longer could help save little mammals in northern Australia

By Ben Corey, Adjunct Research Associate, Charles Darwin University
Ian Radford, Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Charles Darwin University
Leigh-Ann Woolley, Adjunct Research Associate, Charles Darwin University
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Northern Australia’s tropical savanna is one of the most fire-prone regions on the planet. We need to change the way we manage fires so we can help native wildlife come back from the brink.The Conversation

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