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UK's Kew Gardens to help protect Australia's plants after wildfires
by Elizabeth Howcroft
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9 February 2020
On 9 February 2020 Reuters reported:
Britain is to protect Australia's plants and trees by helping the emergency collection of seeds in areas devastated by wildfires and storing some of the rarest specimens in the world's biggest wild seed bank.
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