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In Australia’s Northern Territory, rugged and remote Kakadu National Park is so vast that its various ecosystems contain natural wonders not found elsewhere within its borders. Rocky escarpments are showered with cascading waterfalls, and sinewy lakes called billabongs reflect the colours of the surrounding forests. Two types of crocodiles patrol the waters, while the shores are the domain of water buffalo, wallabies, and black flying foxes. A third of the country’s birds are also found here. The region is the birthplace of one of the most ancient cultures on earth, and some of the Aboriginal rock art found here dates back 20,000 years.
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