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Australia's best meteorite craters
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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Tour the islands of New Zealand during this 18 day tour.
Packed with a stunning variety of landscapes, New Zealand is one of the world's most spectacular countries. From #113 (2013) of Australian Geographic
The power of the NZ earthquake has had distant effects, including the carving of a glacier.
Two young women set their sights on conquering the Te Araroa Trail, NZ, for a charitable cause.
Wild weather and challenging terrain turn this one-month cycle tour of New Zealand into seriously hard yakka.
A cold front ruined plan A. But the clouds parted long enough for two friends to put plan B into action – an exhilarating bike and hike up Black Peak, near Queenstown in New Zealand.
An international team has discovered extreme underground conditions at New Zealand's Alpine Fault, which is due to rupture in a major earthquake in the next few decades.
Weather dominates one of New Zealand’s longest treks, but sometimes the landscape makes you forget the wet.
The 2011 NZ Mountain Film Festival presents an impressive array of epic adventures films.
In the remote landscape of New Zealand's Fiordland, you can witness rugged, untouched nature.