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Northeast Australia’s relict tropical rainforests, one of the oldest and most isolated rainforests in the world. Tree death rates have markedly increased across species in northeast Australia's tropical rainforests, threatening the critical climate mitigation and other functions of these ecosystems. Credit: Alexander Schenkin