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It's wombats and wallabies, not sheep and cattle that graze on the grasslands of Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair, Tasmania. The national reserve on the edge of the endangered Takayna in North West Tasmania is also home to towering myrtle, sassafras and ancient King Billy pines up to 1500 years of age, Eucalyptus and button grass, quolls and devils.

My cover image Wombats grazing is inspired by the work of Russian Australian landscape artist George Lambert of the 1890s.

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