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New Zealand’s third-largest island is famous for its rare and endangered birds.
Four months since extreme floods swept through their habitat, a group of purple-crowned fairy-wrens have been found alive and well.
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The rainbow eucalyptus (Eucalyptus deglupta) is a true natural wonder.
Small enough to fit into the palm of your hand, the tiny fluff ball marsupial that is the eastern pygmy possum (Cercartetus nanus) easily tops the list of Australia’s cutest native animals.
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The team at Aussie Ark are celebrating a huge milestone – the first ever mating within its population of critically endangered Manning River turtles.
A collaboration between Australian and Indonesian researchers is uncovering some of the mysteries of the world’s largest fish.
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While not as notorious as our headline-grabbing biters and toxic avengers, many other aquatic species come equipped with weapons that can cause severe injury and, occasionally, death.
Warrock in western Victoria is the birthplace of Australia’s beloved working dog, the kelpie.
Don’t be fooled by the fake baby platypus phenomenon. This is what a real platypus puggle looks like.
These shy, yet glamorous, birds can be found around our rivers, coasts and forests, and indicate a healthy ecosystem.
Total, partial, annular and hybrid – the different types of solar eclipses can be confusing.
Australian spiders have a fearsome reputation, but our bees typically pose more of a threat. Here are the worst.
Think you know everything about our kaleidoscopic lorikeets? Think again. These birds are full of surprises.
Just when we thought these iconic Australian creatures couldn’t get any quirkier, another peculiar trait has been discovered.
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It turns out the paper nautilus is not a nautilus at all!
Have you noticed a foul stench at the bottom of your garden?
The answer is much more sinister than you may think!
Talking Australia shares the stories of Australia’s most inspiring adventurers, conservationists and wildlife experts. Listen as they take you on a journey around this magnificent country and beyond.