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Massive, neon pink slugs can be found atop an extinct volcano in inland New South Wales.
In 1923, bearing a name pulled out of a hat, a dark brown paste hit shelves around Australia...
A new app aims to protect native frogs being mistaken for cane toads and killed at the hands of the public.
Rangers at the Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area in Arnhem Land have taken pictures of huge feral cats.
There were cheers from the Southern Hemisphere when Kiwi Ed Hillary summited Everest with Sherpa Tenzing Norgay.
Former first lady Hazel Hawke was the first member of Australian Geographic, becoming supporter #1 in 1986.
A triangular $5 coin launched this month commemorates the 25th anniversary of Australian Parliament House.
From Cornstalks to Banana-benders, Aussies even have lingo for each other.
The annular eclipse on 10 May 2013 was the last in a string of solar events visible from Australia.
Clever filming techniques and after-effects make a tiny toy town from a big, beautiful city.
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