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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
Belanglo, a new exhibition being held at aMBUSH Gallery on Thursday, will explore the controversial history of Belanglo State Forest, the site of Australia's notorious backpacker murders.
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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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The heaviest cockroach in the world, Australia’s giant burrowing cockie, has a lot of character: it gives birth to live young, hisses and builds intricate nests.
Entomologist Matt Bertone argues the case for our hidden housemates.
How much do you know about our tawny frogmouths?
On the hunt for pygmy seahorses, biologist Richard Smith captured the precious diversity of underwater Japan.
Rare footage of a whale shark feeding from a fishing net show just how clever the species is.
Many of Australia's seemingly defenceless creatures employ ingenious methods to hide - and seek - in plain view.
Shark numbers aren't on the rise, but more research will make us safer in the water.
The ability of wild dingoes to react to social cues from humans sets them apart from wolves in the smarts department, a new study shows.
We're happy to announce the winners of 2013's AG ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year.
These Australian animals are vitally important to their ecosystems and their extinction would be disastrous.
Killer whales may be top predators, but a little-known threat is putting them at risk.