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Lost portraits of WWI soldiers
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The females of this species often conserve energy by hibernating during much of a pregnancy
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Scott's 1911 expedition to Antarctica is one of the greatest, and most tragic, polar expeditions of all time
Artefacts of early Antarctic exploration continue to be uncovered as the snow slowly reveals its secret treasures
When racers take to Lake Gairdner, SA, for Speed Week, it's more than just a joy ride.
'Firenadoes' are rare weather events that occur when a unique set of conditions come together.
A decade ago Australian Geographic spoke to Jimmy Little, an icon of 1960s Aussie pop culture.
Island arks saved a growing population of Top End quolls from death by toad.
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AG editor Ian Connellan chats about an important program to save endangered bilbies.
Two brothers walk in footsteps of Henry Lawson's 1893 summer trek from Hungerford to Bourke and back.
A creative way of representing a mathematical principal has led to the creation of some crafty corals.
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