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AG editor-in-chief Chrissie Goldrick invites you to see the majestic wildlife of Sri Lanka.
Sightings of the orange-wattled South Island kokako have been accepted as genuine says NZ conservation body.
Baby freshwater crocodiles emerge from their shells at Lake Argyle, WA.
To celebrate 30 years of the marine reserve at Port Stephens, Justin Gilligan snapped some of its weirdest inhabitants.
The Tasmanian subspecies of the wedge-tailed eagle may have arrived just a few hundred years ago.
The first spotted-tail quoll confirmed in Grampians National Park in 141 years has been caught on camera.
A new study has revealed why tiny Australian marsupials mate frantically until they die.
A native rat that recently faced extinction has been rediscovered in the Northern Territory.
From dog-like animals to whale-like creatures that lived out at sea, prehistoric crocodiles were a diverse bunch.
We're happy to announce the winners of 2013's AG ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year.
Mascot status at a sporting event would be a boon for the bilby, say conservationists.
Vibrant liquid splashes and up-close cicadas are among the top science photographs of the year.
Week-old saltwater crocs are just as aggressive as their adult counterparts, says new research.
A saltwater crocodile snapped in the Kimberley region is this week's reader photo.
BLAM! Thresher sharks strike to kill with their scythe-like tails, as seen in new video footage.
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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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