Burnt cycad trees

Burnt cycad trees

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Caption: Burnt cycad trees after a forest fire. Only the blackened barrel-like trunks of the trees remain, along with burnt leaves. The cycads will respond to the forest fire by producing bright green new growth of their palm-like fronds. These are Cycas media trees. They are found in sparse forests and on rocky hillsides in tropical, sub-tropical and warm temperate regions of north-eastern Australia and parts of New Guinea. Photographed in northern Queensland, Australia.

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