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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.
May 2013 marks the bicentenary of the first European crossing of the Blue Mountains.
UNESCO will decide in 2014 whether to add the reef to a list of World Heritage Sites in danger.
The annular eclipse on 10 May 2013 was the last in a string of solar events visible from Australia.
It's been a stellar six months for Australians and eclipse chasers as we witness our second solar eclipse.
This Australian endangered species is on the verge of extinction and you can make a difference.
Flowers attract pollinators via bright colours and beautiful aromas and some resort to trickery in an effort to reproduce.
Clever filming techniques and after-effects make a tiny toy town from a big, beautiful city.
A new breed of archaeologists is using satellite imagery to unearth clues about past civilisations.
Seven years ago today, miners Brant Webb and Todd Russell escaped to the surface after 14 days trapped underground.
Aussies can catch a glimpse of a so-called annular solar eclipse this week, the only one until 2035.
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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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