Steve Parish Discovering Australian Rainforests 32p
Steve Parish Discovering Australian Rainforests 32p. For millions of years rainforests covered much of the surface of Australia. Over more millions of years as the continent became increasingly arid, they shrank in size, a process hastened in the past two centuries by human activities. Today, Australia's rainforests exists mainly in the wetter of north eastern and south eastern Australia. The country harbours wet tropical, warm temperate, and cool temperate rainforests, Most are National Parks, and many have been listed as World Heritage Areas.