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Sacred tree bulldozed to build highway in Australia, dozens of protesters arrested

Sacred tree bulldozed to build highway in Australia, dozens
of protesters arrested 1

In fact, Victorian leaders argued that it was not a sacred tree at all, according to the Australian Broadcast Corporation. They said experts determined the tree “is highly unlikely to predate European settlement” and that Djab Wurrung elders had not marked it as sacred. The Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation, which cut the 2019 deal, agreed.

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