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Each Autumn, competitors come together to find the fastest vehicle at Speed Week 2013.
This incredible footage shows the first breaths of a native Australian duckling.
Clever filming techniques and after-effects make a tiny toy town from a big, beautiful city.
Veteran Antarctica researcher Dr Grahame Budd returns to document changes in the landscape.
One of Australia's most recent artifical reefs, the HMAS Adelaide shipwreck is a diver's dream.
Researchers capture mosquitoes in the Solomon Islands to study malaria, one of the world's big killers.
These adorable hippos were filmed on location for a new African nature series.
Incredible images from the International Space Station were stitched together for this breathtaking video.
This award-winning and highly creative film presents a fun take on Sydney's iconic harbour.
Take a tour of the brilliant landscape of the Mackenzie region, New Zealand.
It’s seems hard to believe a kangaroo could climb trees, but they are surprisingly adept at clambering between the branches.
See how an Australian Geographic expedition captured rarely seen footage of Bennett's tree kangaroos.
Arresting footage of a lion has been captured by a camera on a remote-control car, by photographer Chris Bray.
The rapture and drama of the remote outback is captured exquisitely in this intense time lapse.
Breathtaking footage has been captured of people silhouetted against a rising Moon in New Zealand.
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Posted on 18 May 2013