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Wax cylinders hold the only known recordings of any indigenous Tasmanian language.
A double-eyed fig parrot takes a second look at the photographer.
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Love letters, shootouts and bank robberies – Andrew George Scott's life and relationship to James Nesbitt has left historians intrigued.
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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.
AG wildlife photographer Gerry Pearce captured this dramatic photo series in Garigal National Park near Sydney.
Is providing birds with food and water making them too dependent? Or are gardens just the new frontier of Australia's urban landscape? New research aims to find out.
Usually the butt of jokes and objects of revulsion, it’s time we started listening to the message of the Australian white ibis.
The lush rainforest and weird and wonderful creatures are showcased in this gallery.
A team of Queensland scientists is using innovative methods to investigate the success of Australia's humpback whale populations.
The discovery of breeding pairs of Gould’s petrels on Montague Island signifies the success of two conservation projects separated by hundreds of kilometres
A group of numbat lovers has come to the rare marsupial’s rescue in a pocket of south-western WA.
Platypus are known for being extremely shy, but this little fella was curious about some lucky wildlife photographers
As forest canopies thinned, some tree-dwellers evolved to glide between branches. Six of them live in Australia.
The saggy-looking blobfish has won a competition designed to raise awareness for ugly endangered animals.
On the hunt for pygmy seahorses, biologist Richard Smith captured the precious diversity of underwater Japan.