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Invasive Weeds

The Outback has now become home to some of the world’s worst most noxious and invasive weeds, such as gamba grass, buffel grass and prickly acacia.

Invasive weeds not only damage the habitat required for native species to thrive and survive, but they can also impact water sources and fuel high intensity fires that have massive consequences for both the ecosystem and human health and safety.

Without people in the Outback to manage and reduce the impact of feral animal and invasive weed populations, biodiversity is threatened, and our globally unique native animal and plant species will continue to be a risk of extinction.

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