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While his admirers have recognised his artistic genius for centuries, a new online exhibition, the very first of its kind, has collated 300 of Ferdinand Bauer’s artworks — from initial sketch to finished product.
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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.
A colony of reputably pure dingoes inhabits Fraser Island, on the southern coast of Queensland, although the population is thought to be in decline. According to Bradley Smith at the University of South Australia, the number one threat to dingoes on the island is being shot by rangers. "It's tough being a dingo," Bradley says.