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Tropical Topics

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Tropical Topics is a six to eight page educational newsletter used by the tourism industry and schools.

Tropical Topics contains detailed information about wet tropics, savanna and reef ecosystems and their numerous plants and animals.

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Tropical Topics - No 78 - a newsletter about the environment
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1007.46 KB

Australia - the land of lizards.

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Tropical Topics - No 80 - A newsletter about the environment
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589.75 KB

Australia is home to some of the most venomous snakes in the world.

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Tropical Topics - No 73 - A newsletter for the tropical tourism industry
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312.92 KB

Birds of the savannah lands.

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Tropical Topics - No 71 - A newsletter for the tropical tourism industry
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394.25 KB

More information on the dry season in Cape York Peninsula.Life is tough for plants living in the seasonally dry tropics. Soils are poor and for half the year the land is parched and prone to fires while for the other half it is inundated with water.Only plants which have been able to adapt to this punishing regime can grow here, having developed certain characteristics to make this possible.

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Tropical Topics - No 66 - A newsletter for the tropical tourism industry
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417.96 KB

Surviving the challenges of the dry season.

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Tropical Topics - No 75 - A newsletter for the tropical tourism industry
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689.65 KB

A wealth of information on the mammals of Northern Queensland.

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Tropical Topics - No 64 - A newsletter for the tropical tourism industry
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468.75 KB

Termites - The Good GuysTermites are not well loved.They cause a great deal of damage to wooden structures but the blame for this lies with just a few species.

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