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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.
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This Striated Pardalote is busy overseeing construction on a new nest site
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With its fat little body all puffed up in the cold, and its neck disappearing into its proud, fluffy chest, this Australian swallow sure is an adorable sight.
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A detailed map highlighting history land exploration in Australia
A detailed map of Australia's largest state by land mass from AG#120
From Jabiru to Kakadu, Litchfield to Uluru, these are just some of the places to visit in the Northern Territory.
This map, from Australian Geographic #125, 2015, details the best locations and attractions the state has to offer.
This map of the Northern Territory, from AG #57 (Jan-Mar 2000) gives a detailed view of the whole state.
This detailed map of Victoria also includes the main roads of southern New South Wales as well as the ACT> From the Apr-Jun 1999 issue of Australian Geographic.
From the Jul-Sep 1999 issue of Australian Geographic, this map of NSW details the state's road systems.
This Red Centre map, from the Jan-Mar 2002 (#65) edition of Australian Geographic details the areas from north of Alice Springs, down to the border of SA.
Swathed in wildflowers and skirted by a spectacular coastline, south-west WA is a naturalist's paradise. See the detail of major roads, and key attractions to visit onthis map from AG70 (Apr-Jun 2003).
This map of Tasmania's south-west World Heritage Areas, from #72 of Australian Geographic (Oct-Dec 2003).