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Olympic gold medallist Nova Peris has become the first Aboriginal woman sworn in to Federal Parliament.
An Australian sea slug uses a spike to inject fluid into the head of its mate during intercourse, researchers have found.
Diver and photojournalist Kara Murphy shares some of her favourite corners of underwater Australia.
The Northern Territory displayed some spectacular scenery for this avid nature photographer.
Hear the philosophy and see the life of obsessive bicycle-collector James MacDonald.
In the 1960s, Sydney's new opera house signified the nation's maturity into cultural significance.
A newsreel shot from a tram as it travels up George Street, Sydney in 1906 depicts a city humming with promise.
BLAM! Thresher sharks strike to kill with their scythe-like tails, as seen in new video footage.
Watch the glorious dance of manta rays in this footage from Lady Elliot Island, Great Barrier Reef.
Enjoy the windswept and remote coastal landscapes of South Australia's Eyre Peninsula in our video.
Lyrebirds have varied dance moves for different tunes, a new study reveals. With VIDEO.
Clever filming techniques and after-effects make a tiny toy town from a big, beautiful city.
Veteran Antarctica researcher Dr Grahame Budd returns to document changes in the landscape.
One of Australia's most recent artifical reefs, the HMAS Adelaide shipwreck is a diver's dream.
Researchers capture mosquitoes in the Solomon Islands to study malaria, one of the world's big killers.
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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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