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What is an Australian Grassland ecosystem?
Eco-check: Australia's savannas need more care
These savannas are home to a vast array of plant and animal species. The Kimberley supports at least 2,000 native plant species, while the Cape York Peninsula has some 3,000. More than 400 bird and 100 mammal species call the region home, along with invertebrates such as moths, butterflies, ants and termites, and spiders.
Ecosystems: Interactions and Relationships