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Regrowth in the Brindabellas

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This sequence shows a section of bush in the Brindabella National Park, from how it originally looked in 1997, the impact of the 2003 bushfires that spread to Canberra and how the area has slowly regrown over the years to 2012.

This sequence shows a section of bush in the Brindabella National Park, from how it originally looked in 1997, the impact of the 2003 bushfires that spread to Canberra and how the area has slowly regrown over the years to 2012. Photo: CSIRO

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