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Splendour And Scars On The Liverpool Plains

Endangered species, a farming food bowl and an open-cut mine in the middle of it all.


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by david quince

From pristine precious agricultural and unique state forest which is home to many threatened species and which make up this exceptional area which is called the Liverpool Slopes & Plains which provides one of Australia's most productive food sources as well as habitate to most of our unique animal & fauna species , also vast quanities of mineral wealth in the form of coal . Wouldn't you think that our governments & mining companies would priorities the absolute continuance of maintaining this region while still enjoying the products that this region returns. No instead these visionary dregs spawn wholesale environmental vandilism in their haste to depredate the mineral resourses with no regard to the area or its inhabitants both humans & animals

October 19, 2012 @ 8:37am
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