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For centuries Australia’s succulent plants have been undervalued by botanists, neglected by world encyclopaedias and considered pests by backyard gardeners. But now Attila Kapitany, the authority on Australia’s succulent plants, tells Australian Geographic that it’s about time the record is set straight.
While his admirers have recognised his artistic genius for centuries, a new online exhibition, the very first of its kind, has collated 300 of Ferdinand Bauer’s artworks — from initial sketch to finished product.
The search for food among ash and dust
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You think you’ve seen it all and then the ocean dishes up something like this. Meet Pandea conica - a tiny space alien on Earth that’s so rare, it’s hardly ever seen, let alone photographed.
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Earthquake shakes central and northern Queensland.
Christchurch, New Zealand resident Kip Brook explains what life is like in an earthquake zone.
Potentially deadly and dangerous earthquakes can strike at any time. But can authorities get some early warning from monitoring the hundreds of small quakes that usually go unnoticed?
Masses of debris, including floating refrigerators, is making its way on ocean currents, towards the Hawaii and the US.
A large earthquake is expected any time in Australia, but there is no way of knowing where or when it will occur.
With three 5.0 magnitude earthquakes in two months, this is the most tottery town in Australia.
Christchurch mourns those lost one year ago today in the devastating earthquake.
Though the Indonesian earthquake on Wednesday was huge, it didn't generate much of a tsunami. Why?
Earthquakes don't only occur near our neighbours Japan and New Zealand - they're common in Australia too.
The records have been given a shake up: a 6.6 magnitude earthquake in Tennant Creek, NT, in 1988 is now officially our biggest on record.