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These images of Hutt and Big Lagoon in Western Australia by aerial photographer Anthony Ponzo were captured from privately chartered planes: no drones.
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As the only large species of macropod in the world that lives entirely in the tropics, the antilopine wallaroo is a unique creature with some truly bizarre behaviours
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Kayaking down the Katherine is a splendid way to take in the sights of Australia's Top End.
The Katherine River is a mighty 328km stretch of fresh water that runs south-west from Nitmiluk National Park, Northern Territory, through Katherine – where some 10,000 residents tap its water – to merge with the Flora River, at the eastern tip of Flora River Nature Park.
Photo credit: Brendan Thorne