In Australia's largest city, a long run of unseasonably hot and dry weather has been having some peculiar effects in recent weeks on both its residents and its plant life.
It has been a record-breaking April so far, which has served as a stark reminder that Sydney will need to prepare for a likely future of higher temperatures and more extreme weather events as climate change takes its toll on Australia.
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