Government funding will allow the Anangu people to protect sacred sites, native plants and animals around the Uluru-Kata Tjuta national park

Five million hectares (12.35m acres) of land around Uluru in the Northern Territory is to be declared an Indigenous protected area, allowing traditional owners to better preserve sites of cultural significance.

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Source: Guardian Environment