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Photographer Gary Meredith is dedicated to capturing a side of dingoes that people aren't used to.
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This Striated Pardalote is busy overseeing construction on a new nest site
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Australia is renowned for its marsupials, parrots and eucalypts, but how about its pythons? With 14 species, Australia has close to half the world’s total of 31.
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Banksia enthusiasts Kevin and Kathy Collins run the world’s only complete banksia arboretum but getting the entire collection was no easy task.
Is the planet's worst environmental catastrophe already underway in the waters off the Queensland coast? Karen McGhee investigate.
Here are some of the best photos from the 2013 Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards. The exhibition will be at the Australian Museum 29 March - 1 June and then head to Newcastle and Hobart.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is co-owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide.
Some paddlers at Narrawallee Creek Inlet in NSW, got a rare glimpse of a kangaroo swimming past
Have you ever gazed into a rock pool and wondered what lives inside? Well, these are the most common inhabitants.
Survival is hard enough for furry and lovable endangered animals, let alone the small and unattractive ones. Thankfully, Australia’s small but passionate army of conservationists is here to help.
A brittle star fossil from Western Australia has revealed the starfishes lived 275 million years ago.
Meet the determined men and women of roller derby, who are skating for strength and identity.
Take to the air with the Uniting Church pastor whose Central Australian parish – at more than half a million square kilometres – is bigger than many countries.
Australian spiders certainly have a fearsome reputation, but what should you do if you encounter one?
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