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Nature History & Environmental Science

Nature History & Environmental Science The healing capacity of an indigenous forest The natural health and fertile beauty in this indigenous Juniper forest (40) illuminates with precision the healing capacity of a native forest but also the severe nature and habitat destruction that occurred at the introduction of the Eucalyptus tree. The importance of careful research regarding knowledge in natural science is here given a severe and evident example before any foreign species is regarded as possible for an introduction into an unfamiliar and very possibly vulnerable habitat. *A chemical component in the leaves and roots of Eucalyptus trees prevents the growth of both other trees and herbs. This chemical component leads to a monoculture with eucalyptus as the only tree species and eventually no ground cover at all. *This chemical component causes severe erosion, easily observed in the water running through Addis in connection with the rainy seasons. For every rai