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This week's reader photo is a beautiful sunrise over Encounter Bay in Victor Harbor, SA.
The orchid mantis, which imitates a flower to lure prey, attracts more insects than the real thing, say researchers.
A new study has revealed why tiny Australian marsupials mate frantically until they die.
A massive new Australian dinosaur excavated in Queensland has wide hips and strange feet, say experts.
Weather dominates one of New Zealand’s longest treks, but sometimes the landscape makes you forget the wet.
A new vapour developed in the USA renders humans virtually undetectable to mozzies.
The orange tongue of a northern spiny-tailed gecko is the subject of this week's reader photo.
The Government plans to re-examine this year's decision to add 170,000ha of forest to Tasmania's World Heritage Area.
From mines and clubs to tunnels and underground homes, subterranean Australia is a varied and humbling space.
A century ago Australia asserted its independence from Britain with its own naval force, just in time for WWI.
Markings on young damselfish create a 'false eye' that increases in size around predators, says a new study.
The best way to take in three European countries is on foot – and the Tour du Mont Blanc offers a historic walk with plenty of punch.
Escape into the New Zealand wild on the four-day Milford Track exploring lush prehistoric scenery.
An eastern water dragon casually poses for the camera.
Population numbers plummeted due to harsh conditions at the peak of the last Ice Age, says a new study.
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Australian Geographic joined researchers at the Great Barrier Reef to witness the dance of the local manta rays.
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A species of land-dwelling fish was armed against land predators before it left the water, experts say.
Patrick White was a quiet achiever – even when he won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
AG editor-in-chief Chrissie Goldrick invites you to see the majestic wildlife of Sri Lanka.
A picture really is worth a thousand words when it’s underpinned by rigorous research and crafted with skill.
AG Reader Michael Murchie took this beautiful and eerie photo in far western Queensland.