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Many famous people have been honoured with a species named after them.
The dingo declared a distinct species
A colourful rainbow lorikeet feeding on flowering bottlebrush is this week's reader shot.
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Australia's best tree-top walks
Trailer: The Crossing
Watch the full 10-part documentary series
This New Guinea bird is as elusive as it is beautiful
Save the bilby
AG photography classes on now
It's been just 11 years since the opening of the full 223km Larapinta Trail, but since then the spectacular NT hike has become one of the world's most popular.
Help save our bilbies from disappearing.
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An AG Society sponsored researcher is discovering the reasons why sleepy lizards don't sleep around.
An Australian Geographic Society project is studying strange marine animals that are using photosynthesis.
Celebrating the best of Australian endeavour with the Spirit of Adventure Awards. Here are the past winners.
Past winners of the Australian Geographic Society Adventure Awards.
Celebrating the best of Australian endeavour in a lifetime of achievement.