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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
We're in danger of losing the health benefits of soils faster than they are replaced.
Brisbane pilot Lores Bonney broke many records during the 1930s, narrowly cheating death several times. Despite being lauded as the first woman to fly solo from Australia to England, she remains little known today.
Juvenile Victoria's riflebirds (Ptiloris victoriae) practice their mating dance.
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Consider wearing zinc or covering up next time you're snorkeling, says Dr Karl – one popular sunscreen chemical can be toxic for baby corals.
Bring the eastern barred bandicoot back from the brink
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Sometimes it’s the unexpected challenges that make a trip a memorable one. This North Queensland MTB adventure certainly provided plenty
It’s the world’s second-biggest country, it is incredibly easy to get to – and get around – and it's chock-full of adventures for all ages. Whether you’re after huge hikes, exciting paddling, some of the world’s best MTB trails and ski terrain, epic climbing, brilliant family camping, or want to see some of the planet’s most iconic animals in the wild, Canada is where it’s at for AG Outdoor readers.
From the karri forests of Western Australia to tropical rainforests in Queensland, Australia is spoilt for choice when it comes to forests – and International Day of Forests is a timely reminder of their value.
A group of astronomers are trying to reclassify Pluto as full 'planet'. But there are good reasons to leave our classification system alone, and this doesn't mean Pluto is any less interesting.
A little known fact is that Australia, a land blessed with low light pollution, has more than it's fair share of great observatories.
A Belgian photographer has captured a dramatic timelapse of a storm rolling in over Sydney Harbour in January this year.
Aussies have made the world's hottest chilli, but what makes chilli hot, and what's the best cure for the burn?
David Suzuki – and science – wants you to get outside.
Homo sapiens – wise human – is no longer an accurate or valid description for the creature we have become, says science writer Julian Cribb. Is it time to change our name?
This summer's record-breaking coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef was made 175 times more likely thanks to climate change.
The best Australian wildlife and landcape images of 2012 have been judged. See the amazing winners.
Dinosaur mating is a mystery, but we can take clues from birds and crocodiles, says Professor John Long.