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Photographer James Dorey offers advice on capturing the perfect shot of our native bees.
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With a hefty body, a massive wingspan, and a loud, low-pitched buzz, the tropical carpenter bee can be a pretty intimidating sight.
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Successful urban-dwellers they may be, but new research has found that quendas, also known as southern brown bandicoots, are critical to maintaining the health of Australian forests.
Australian science is catching up with illegal traffickers of precious wildlife.
A native turtle decimated by a mystery killer disease is being brought back from the brink of extinction with community help.
Stunning photos of landscapes and animals sit side by side in a gallery that may be without colour, but certainly isn't without interest. Photographs could be sepia-toned or infrared.
These photos will be exhibited at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide (18 August to 3 October) and the Australian Museum in Sydney (19 August to 9 October).
Eight-month-old Levi has been hand reared at Devil Ark in Barrington Tops, NSW.
Meet Eddie, the orphaned baby echidna that Tim Faulkner, AG's 2015 Conservationist of the Year, is hand rearing at home.
Australia is home to some unique critters, but it also has one of the highest extinction rates in the world.
Since it was first captured back in the 1920s, this image of the thylacine gripping a chicken in its mouth has been embroiled in debates over its authenticity and its impact on the now extinct Aussie animal.
Check out which birds call your campus home.
It’s time to stop thinking of possums in our cities and suburbs as pests and vermin and welcome them instead as urban wildlife.
With all the media attention surrounding Australia Zoo’s newly established John Oliver Koala Chlamydia Ward, we figured it’s the perfect time to make sure our readers are informed about the very real threat of the disease and the devastating effect it has on our native icon.