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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
Photographer Gary Meredith is dedicated to capturing a side of dingoes that people aren't used to.
Are we still using Aussie slang or is it a dying language?
This Striated Pardalote is busy overseeing construction on a new nest site
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Australia is renowned for its marsupials, parrots and eucalypts, but how about its pythons? With 14 species, Australia has close to half the world’s total of 31.
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If you've ever wondered about the first generation Pokémon equivalent of a particular Australian animal, look no further.
Tour the islands of New Zealand during this 18 day tour.
Scientists gather climate change data in Greenland using their ice-breaking ship, the Arctic Sunrise.
In the desperate race to stop a new cancer from wiping out Tasmanian devils, an expedition financed by an Australian Geographic Society fundraiser has found cause for hope on a remote, windswept coast.
Australia's jackaroos and jillaroos provide a photographic glimpse of life on an outback station.
Wide-eyed and high-flying, see species of our unique birdlife take to tree and sky.
We are so enthralled by your pics in the AG Flickr group, we're showcasing some of our favourites. Tune in weekly to see brilliant photography from AG fans.
Here are some winning shots of your favourite beaches! Huge thanks to everyone who submitted, watch for our next reader photo campaign!
World No.1 hang-glider Jon Durand fulfils a lifelong dream to surf the rare phenomenon known as the Morning Glory cloud in Queensland. Pick up your copy of the Nov/Dec issue for more and all the details.
Huge bears, poisonous gas and plagues of hungry mosquitoes were all part of the journey for the group of explorers who won the 2009 The North Face/AG Outdoor Adventure Grant. Check out the Nov/Dec issue for the full story.