If you go down to the woods today, look out for your ear on the ground…
If ever there was a reason to keep on top of the weeds and invasive plants in your garden, this is it: Australia’s largest butterfly, the Cairns birdwing, is threatened by two types of flowering plants, which give off similar signals to the plants they need to survive.
Look at this majestic chonk.
There are plenty of lovely examples in nature of animals being good mums and dads. The maleo isn’t one…
This sweet baby alien is one of the rarest sights we’ll see from our oceans. It’s the kind of discovery that makes you appreciate the mind-boggling diversity of life on Earth.
Meet the blossom bat.
If you find yourself in the presence of a crow that looks a little… off, there’s a good chance you’ve encountered a white-winged chough – a strange and beautiful bird with a fascinating family life.