VIDEO: Siberian Summer trailer
Supported by the Australian Geographic Society, three Australian rock climbers became the first to master some of north-eastern Russia's most remote rock faces.
In this issue we travel to Mount Field National Park, a pocket of Tasmanian wilderness just an hour's drive from Hobart. Plus, find out how scientists are slowing and reversing the ageing process - and how the ultimate goal of defeating death might be within reach. Meet the new species from a lost mountain-top world in Cape Melville, far north Queensland and learn how the brush turkey is defiantly marching across the East Coast to reclaim much of its pre-European range.
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