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If you've ever wondered about the first generation Pokémon equivalent of a particular Australian animal, look no further.
The Hougoumont, the last ship to take convicts from the UK to Australia, docked in Fremantle, Western Australia, on January 9, 1868 – 150 years ago. It brought an end to a process which deposited about 168,000 convicted prisoners in Australia after it began in 1788.
A green sea turtle rides out the storm
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On January 31, Australia and the Pacific will have front row seats to the rare astronomical event.
Australia has some of the world’s most beautiful and colourful stag beetles.
When Aussie skies are on the move, our readers are there to capture the scenery.
The future is uncertain for the odd reptile that helped stop the Traveston Crossing dam.
Members of the Climate Council this week returned to one of the areas of the Great Barrier Reef that was worst affected by this year's coral bleaching. What they found was far from encouraging.
These are a selection of the best images from the 2012 Epson International Pano Awards for panoramic photographs.
Savouring the rich Asian culture of rural Victoria.
Up before daybreak and labouring under the scorching sun is all in a day’s work for the citizens of Brunette Downs.
Over the past 48 hours the east coast of New South Wales has been battered by powerful winds and waves measuring up to 13 metres.
A series of maps trace the unveiling of Australia, from the fantasies of second-century Egypt to Flinders’ last work.
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