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Photos taken over 60 years ago are the earliest colour images of Central Australian wildflowers.
In the age of GPS, many of us have lost (or never acquired) essential map-reading skills. Go back to geography class with this quick lesson.
A new fifty-cent commemorative coin acknowledges the sacrifice of Australia's drafted servicemen.
In 1936 Australia claimed territory in Antarctica in the name of science and exploration.
AG Editor Ian Connellan talks about research from the Australian Museum Eureka Science Prizes.
Explore a fossil-rich, historically important place of magnificent beauty.
Derek Grzelewski hunts for the elusive and misunderstood Tassie devil.
These birds need a man to help about the nest, but still want options when choosing the best sperm to fertilise their eggs.
The nation's top science and nature photos are revealed at the 2010 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
150 years ago, Burke and Wills started their ambitious trek across Australia.
The Mountain Designs GeoQuest adventure race is on this weekend.
As native species decline and traditional practices are lost, Aboriginal hunting is becoming unsustainable, says a report.
AG photographer Nick Rains tells us about the images that didn't get published.
School of the Air teacher Kylie Hanson takes us through a typical day in a 1.3 million sq. km schoolyard.
Chickens can be as cunning as humans at outsmarting rivals with sophisticated language, scientists find.
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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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Preparing fossils that are hundreds of millions of years old is a delicate process at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs museum.
See some of our readers' best photographs of Australian coastal landscapes.
Massive, neon pink slugs can be found atop an extinct volcano in inland New South Wales.
A graveyard teeming with fossil bones has been hailed the biggest Australian find in a decade.
A study of prehistoric kangaroo teeth has painted an unexpected picture of a lush, tropical southern Queensland.