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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
Thrill seeker Valentin Rapp has walked between some of Tasmania's greatest natural monuments by rigging up a highline. Not for the faint of heart, the extreme sport of highlining involves traversing a rope suspended high above the ground. See more of his adventurers here.
Transported to a distant land for crimes of poverty, Australia’s female convicts were charged with the task to tame and have children with convict men.
A snoozing saltie and his little buddy
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It might not look like much, but that enigmatic grimace belongs to one of the rarest and most elusive species in the country — the maugean skate.
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Explore and admire intriguing new species, special behaviours and clever biological adaptations.
Deep-sea creatures have adapted to life in the dark ocean depths.
This New Guinea bird is as elusive as it is beautiful
This little caterpillar has elaborate mimicry to appear much bigger and scarier than it is.
A Cuvier's beaked whale has dived to almost 3000m below the ocean surface
These sea snails mimic cowrie shells with their soft body, which can retract and change shapes and colours
These nocturnal marsupials have adapted life with little water