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These adorable hippos were filmed on location for a new African nature series.
Australian scientists produce a draft of the koala genome, which they say will help to conserve the iconic native.
Defiant bushranger, or just hopping mad? Either way, Mad Dan's killing spree ended gruesomely.
A stunning new exhibition showcases the unique and fragile landscapes and animals of Antarctica.
A race that tests skill and stamina in the unpredictable island seas of the Whitsundays.
Incredible images from the International Space Station were stitched together for this breathtaking video.
A team of athletes was put together to take down one Melburnian at the 2013 Magnetic Island Adventurethon.
The death of a child in Queensland has prompted a warning about the risks of contact with bats.
This week's beautiful reader photo captures a shooting star and the Tasmanian coast bathed in the glow of the aurora.
Scientists have captured highly detailed images of the demise of a giant star, the famous Supernova 1987A.
An Australian Geographic piece on the dangers of drop bears has became a social media sensation.
Higher body temperatures help native frogs to fight a deadly fungus, new research has revealed.
Drop bears are less likely to attack people with Australian accents, according to experts at the University of Tasmania.
Two nature-lovers from Victoria have captured the soundscape of Australia's largest temperate rainforest.
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Posted on 18 May 2013
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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Chemists have manipulated the growth of crystals to build beautiful nanoflowers that are impossibly small.
These beautiful seahorses, no bigger than a 20-cent coin, eluded scientists for several centuries.
From Cornstalks to Banana-benders, Aussies even have lingo for each other.
The earliest evidence of apes and monkeys co-existing has been uncovered in Tanzania.
A golden sun rising over the picturesque Margaret River region is this week's reader photo.