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Lizzie Corke talks about the conservation of animals in the Otways, near the Great Ocean Road in Victoria
A series of maps trace the unveiling of Australia, from the fantasies of second-century Egypt to Flinders’ last work.
Ian Baird shares his passion for these giant dragonflies beauties
The work of iconic Australian photographer, Rennie Ellis, documents a fancy-free time in the country's past.
The appeal of total eclipse and the birth of a new generation of Australian umbraphiles (eclipse chasers).
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The Leadbeater's possum, Victorian state fauna emblem, is under serious threat of extinction.
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World-renowned biologist Dr Jane Goodall is visiting Australia and giving a select number of public lectures.
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