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Terrestrial ecosystems

Terrestrial ecosystems are the community of living organisms and the non-living environmental features that support them.

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Freshwater wetland ecosystems

Queensland’s freshwater ecosystems or wetlands are important habitats.

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Estuarine and marine ecosystems

Queensland’s estuarine and marine ecosystems (wetlands) support much of the state's native biodiversity, including migratory birds, dugongs, dolphins, turtles, and fish.

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Species and habitat

Queensland’s native plants (flora) and animals (fauna) are unique and valuable elements of our state’s rich biodiversity.

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Last updated 12 February 2020