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Modern camera technology has captured male peacock spiders’ miniature courtship dances, revealing that these Aussie natives can really flaunt it.
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We reflect on the dastardly deeds and larger-than-life legacies of Australia's infamous bushrangers
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Rare footage of a whale shark feeding from a fishing net show just how clever the species is.
Frank Povah argues that the demise of 'sheila' is a shame and that it deserves a come back.
Chris Doughty has seen more birds in Australasia and the Pacific than anyone else in the world.
The election may dominate the news, but what do you know about how the government functions? Ken Eastwood explains.
Roads can be good for the environment despite their bad reputation, says Professor Bill Laurance.
One of the highlights of the Great Ocean Walk, of course, is the finale of finishing at the 12 Apostles, and they don't disappoint.
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