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The low-down on common bluebottles
Australia's best meteorite craters
Australia's thorny devils (Moloch horridus) are incredible animals. Their spiky armour is, as you might have guessed, used for defence. Their is dotted with tiny grooves that suck up dew on the surface and water from the ground through capillary action, passing it to the devil's mouth without the lizard having to lift a finger. So it's probably not a look judgement this little devil has on its face, rather, it's one of satisfaction.
Are we still using Aussie slang or is it a dying language?
Persistence pays off in splendid colour
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Just when you thought you’d seen it all, nature dishes up a snake with tentacles.
Help save the northern hairy-nosed wombat
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Search for opalised fossils on this Australian Geographic expedition.
Get up close and personal with the magnificent humpback whales in the warm waters of their winter breeding grounds.
Join us for this Australian Geographic Society Scientific Expedition in August 2017.
Australia’s regional botanic gardens are ‘living museums’, not merely places of scenic beauty.
Exactly what beach has the whitest sand in Australia has been topic of fierce debate. But now, one researcher has found a winner.
From seafood to fruit, Australia's `Big Things' loom out of the land.
Our sunburnt country boasts some fascinating water hotspots.