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Week-old saltwater crocs are just as aggressive as their adult counterparts, says new research.
The rare mahogany glider needs a lift from you.
This week's reader photo freezes an acrobatic leap off Busselton Jetty during a scorching three-day heatwave.
Re-approval for iron ore mine in Tasmania is 'a decision for extinction' says environmentalists, who plan to appeal it.
On 30 July 1997, one life was saved and 18 were lost when part of Thredbo, NSW, was buried by a landslide.
The roll-out of Australia's second-largest marine park has begun in the Kimberley, Western Australia.
Indigenous culture was on display at the Laura Dance Festival held every two years in Queensland's Cape York Peninsula.
Bulky forearms make male kangaroos more attractive, according to new research.
An Australian archaeologist who discovered 'the Hobbit' has lost his battle with cancer.
Cold-blooded dinosaurs wouldn't have had enough strength and energy to dominate, a new study says.
Curious cattle photo-bombed this week's reader photograph, taken in country Victoria.
Four bombs dropped on the Great Barrier Reef cause experts to question military training.
Great waves of extinction have followed human migrants since they first set off across the planet, says John Pickrell.
This state-by-state camping planner highlights the best places to pitch a tent in Australia.
A newsreel shot from a tram as it travels up George Street, Sydney in 1906 depicts a city humming with promise.
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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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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.
Could the government have the 2013 addition to the Tasmanian World Heritage Area revoked, asks John Pickrell.
Sightings of the orange-wattled South Island kokako have been accepted as genuine says NZ conservation body.