Gamba Grass is probably the single greatest threat to tropical savannas, a vitally important Australian ecosystem made up of native grasses in an open woodland.

Gal Gamba Grass

This foreign invader (or invasive grass) builds up fuel to a level which encourages much hotter fires, which kill the native trees, which are a feature of the landscape. The whole area is transformed from a vibrant, healthy savanna into an ugly blanket of weeds.

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