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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.
Pest or endangered species? Villain or environmental saviour? The dingo, Australia’s ‘native’ dog, often finds itself in no-man’s land.
Small animals are the fabric of the world around us. Without them everything would crumble.
Read an extract from our AG#137 cover feature and listen to the related podcast.
Meet the amphibians of Australia in this collection from AG photography archives and Flickr submissions.
Quolls aren't such a well-known Aussie animal, but their plight is not looking good, especially for the tiger quoll.
You don't need binoculars to enjoy the everyday miracles of sweet song, feathered antics and airborne grace.
How could selling an iridescent python, which some believe is the rainbow serpent of Aboriginal mythology, help protect it?
Conservationists are celebrating the return of an enigmatic marsupial, previously thought extinct.
Wedge-tailed eagle expert Simon Cherriman captured stunning scenes of the 2011 AG Society Kimberley expedition.
A rare genetic mutation is behind the colour of a baby possum that has gone on display at WILD LIFE in Sydney.