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Rhinos in Australia might seem like an insane proposition – after all, we’ve had historically bad luck with introduced species. But on reflection it’s not quite as crazy as it sounds.
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The Oristicta rosendaleorum is the first new species of damselfly to be discovered in a decade.
Summer in Australia is defined by sport, but the most-played sport isn’t cricket or tennis – it’s fly swatting.
Everything you need to know about Australia's native ladybirds.
The heaviest cockroach in the world, Australia’s giant burrowing cockie, has a lot of character: it gives birth to live young, hisses and builds intricate nests.
The mountain katydid has an incredible defence mechanism.
Music to your ears or a midsummer cacophony, the cicada’s song is inevitably short lived.
In an ant’s world, the smaller you are the harder it is to see obstacles.
It might look like it's ready to explore the galaxy in its perfect little helmet and protective suit, but this amazing beetle hasn’t always been so pretty.
We’re counting down the days, so what better time to talk about this strange little insect, which looks like the Christmas edition of a regular katydid.