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Chuulangun Aboriginal Corporation has recently completed a report Kaanju Fire Management 2003, funded by the Cape York Peninsula Development Association (CYPDA) Fire Project through Balkanu Cape York Development Corporation. The report investigates a number of issues including:

Many species can live in moderately-altered landscapes that retain most of their trees, shrubs and grasses. However, a few species survive only where their habitat has been fenced to prevent grazing, trampling and rooting by feral or domestic animals.

Weeds are introduced plants that reproduce or even proliferate unaided. Most weeds are exotic, however native plants can also be considered weeds if introduced outside of their natural range.