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An unusal protest is unfolding in Tasmania's southern forests where a pro forestry farmer is turning into an activist by camping underneath a tree where an environmental campaigner has been sitting for the past seven months. Miranda Gibson is 60 metres off the ground and she has been talking to Michael Hirst who's started camping below the tree. Source: abc.net.au

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