Agricultura ignea

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Agricultura ignea fuit usus Indigenarum Australianorum, qui plantas igni comburere solebant ad venationem meliorem faciendam speciesque plantarum et animalium in quadam regione mutandas. Hoc genus agriculturae silvas siccas in savannam commutavit, numerum specierum quae graminibus vescuntur, sicut macropus, augens.

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