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A graveyard teeming with fossil bones has been hailed the biggest Australian find in a decade.
A study of prehistoric kangaroo teeth has painted an unexpected picture of a lush, tropical southern Queensland.
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The secret of how opals formed in Australia's Red Centre could shed light on the landscape on Mars.
A 20-million-year old koala skull found at Riversleigh in Queensland represents a new species.
An Australian Geographic expedition aims to uncover the truth about ancient coins found off Arnhem Land in 1944.
Work has halted on a proposed iron ore mine in Tasmania's fragile Tarkine region.
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The earliest evidence of apes and monkeys co-existing has been uncovered in Tanzania.
UNESCO will decide in 2014 whether to add the reef to a list of World Heritage Sites in danger.
A new breed of archaeologists is using satellite imagery to unearth clues about past civilisations.
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Cyclone Zane, off the coast of far north Queensland, is the tenth cyclone of the current season.
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Photographers hit the beach in search of hippos in the surf for a new documentary, Africa: Eye to Eye with the Unknown.
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See fantastic images from a census of manta rays at Lady Elliot Island in the Great Barrier Reef.
Preparing fossils that are hundreds of millions of years old is a delicate process at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs museum.
See some of our readers' best photographs of Australian coastal landscapes.
Massive, neon pink slugs can be found atop an extinct volcano in inland New South Wales.