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Terrestrial ecosystems are the community of living organisms and the non-living environmental features that support them.
Freshwater wetland ecosystems
Queensland’s freshwater ecosystems or wetlands are important habitats.
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.
Species and habitat
Queensland’s native plants (flora) and animals (fauna) are unique and valuable elements of our state’s rich biodiversity.
Last updated 12 February 2020