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30 Years of AG Photography
Everything you need to know about snakes
Hundreds of languages were once spoken in Australia. Many have slipped from use, but an incredible revival is now awakening sleeping tongues across the nation.
A Lesueur’s tree frog takes refuge in a palm frond.
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Join the Australian Geographic Society on a thrilling adventure in Central Asia to hunt for fossils with the Mongolian Academy of Sciences.
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Nominations for 2016 AG Awards open
There are some spectacular places on this planet that are only accessible by foot. Here are eight of AG Outdoor's favourite walks from all over the world.
Kakadu National Park is one of Australia’s largest national parks, and arguably its most famous. This park, around three hours east of Darwin, is a fantastic destination for a family road trip adventure.
THIS ACTION SHOT OF a surfing dolphin at Byron Bay in New South Wales is week's Australian Geographic reader shot from contributor Graham Nixon.
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