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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
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This New Guinea bird is as elusive as it is beautiful
Save the bilby
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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.
Explore the world from the microscopic to the galactic.
The hub of Aussie traditions, icons, and characters.
Delve into the world of our furry, feathered and scaled friends.
The heart of trekking, climbing, paddling and all things adventure.
An AGS-funded team is collaborating with locals to protect the wildlife of PNG’s first major conservation area.
The people of the YUS region of PNG celebrate the creation of PNG's first conservation area.
Julian Bayliss found the lost forest of Mount Mabu in Africa with the help of Google tools
One small touch and this stinging plant sends you into excruciating pain.
In the stunning Kimberley, scientists battle to halt the invasion of the cane toad.
October 25 - November 5 2009.
Australian astronomer Mark Rigby chases an eclipse all the way to Easter Island.
The first Tuesday of November is a day of legends spanning back more than 150 years. It's the race that stops the nation.
AG Society adventurer Tim Cope gives insight into his epic solo journey across the remote steppes of Mongolia.
Mary-Jean Sutton, with the help of AG Society, is preserving the memories of the Mapoon Aboriginal community.
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