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Photographs of Australian places and animals doing what they do best, as captured by our readers.
A controversial study suggests dinosaurs may have produced a milk-like substance to feed rapidly growing hatchlings.
When native plants are removed from farmland, entire ecosystems are placed at risk, new research suggests.
After 72 hours of subantarctic conditions and a blizzard, two explorers have completed an exhausting re-creation.
Only trees in North America and Borneo rival the size of our native eucalypts, some almost 100m tall.
The mountain-crossing leg of Shackleton expedition re-enactment is being held up by wild weather.
Some turtles can halt the development of their eggs until the timing is right, new research has revealed.
The rapture and drama of the remote outback is captured exquisitely in this intense time lapse.
Volcanoes and steaming fumaroles make these regions of NZ's North Island tempting for the wild at heart.
In 1983 a perfect storm after a long drought created a heavy rolling cloud of dust that enveloped Melbourne.
The seafloor off Australia's east coast hints at underwater landslides some 15 million years ago, researchers say.
Not seen on the mainland for 50 years, eastern quolls have just become locally extinct. But all hope is not lost...
This week's reader photo is a lush, misty waterfall in the New England National Park, NSW.
Crimson spotted rainbow fish have learned to avoid toxic cane-toad tadpoles, new research has revealed.
Describing shark encounters as 'attacks' is misleading and outdated, researchers say.
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Posted on 24 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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Former first lady Hazel Hawke was the first member of Australian Geographic, becoming supporter #1 in 1986.
Climate change, not human activity, drove Australia's megafauna to extinction, says Dr Stephen Wroe.
Work has halted on a proposed iron ore mine in Tasmania's fragile Tarkine region.
A bee collecting nectar from a vibrant bloom in Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens is the focus of this week's reader photo.
Those who feel they deserve success are more likely to fail when challenges arise.