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Population numbers plummeted due to harsh conditions at the peak of the last Ice Age, says a new study.
The government's new direction on climate change could have disastrous effects, says Tony Mohr.
Cyclone Zane, off the coast of far north Queensland, is the tenth cyclone of the current season.
Grey reef sharks behave differently depending on the point in the lunar cycle, new research suggests.
This spectacular shot captures lightning strikes outside of Wallaroo, South Australia.
It’s the 30th anniversary of the huge 1983 Victorian bushfires, and the psychological impact is still being felt.
Photographer Dean Saffron snapped people in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast during 2013's Cyclone Oswald.
Dean Saffron, who photographed hard-hit Grantham in 2011, saw a different response to Cyclone Oswald.
Unprecedented heat and bushfires are a wake-up call, says Tim Flannery, but we're running out of time.
'Firenadoes' are rare weather events that occur when a unique set of conditions come together.
Clouds help us predict weather, but these phenomena can take on weird and wonderful forms.
Electrifying tales from survivors of lightning strikes.
Natural disasters and Australian icons dominated your favourite features of 2011.
One hundred years ago today, a violent Australian tornado was captured on film for the first time.
These cyclones caused the highest fatalities or most damage to infrastructure in the history of Australia.
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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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