Farming and nationally protected lowland native grasslands of Tasmania
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Since European settlement, most of the Lowland Native Grasslands of Tasmania have disappeared. To help protect the mainly small patches that remain, the grasslands are now listed as critically endangered under Australia's national environment law — the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
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