The Kimberley: Western Australian Aborigines Split Over Gas Plant

It's hard to believe a place like this still exists on the planet. The Kimberley, in northwestern Australia, is like the Amazon you've never heard of. It's a massive stretch of pristine wilderness the size of California, largely untouched since the Earth was formed. It has rainforests, towering desert rock formations and miles of unspoiled Indian Ocean beaches. It has crocodiles, whales who come here to spawn, dugongs (sometimes called "cows of the sea"), and thousands of other plant and...Full Story
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