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A language spoken by Aboriginal children in a remote part of central Australia has a “radically innovative” structure.
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A study of prehistoric kangaroo teeth has painted an unexpected picture of a lush, tropical southern Queensland.
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This week's reader photo captures the tourist destination of Lake Macquarie, NSW at sunset.
A new app aims to protect native frogs being mistaken for cane toads and killed at the hands of the public.
Lyrebirds have varied dance moves for different tunes, a new study reveals. With VIDEO.
These beautiful astronomical images were chosen for this year's David Malin awards.
The mission to return a fallen square-tailed kite chick to its nest resulted in stunning photography.
Rangers at the Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area in Arnhem Land have taken pictures of huge feral cats.
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Photographers hit the beach in search of hippos in the surf for a new documentary, Africa: Eye to Eye with the Unknown.
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