The artwork has been dated between 17,500 and 17,100 years old — making it Australia’s oldest known in-situ rock painting.
As the Perseverance rover lands on Mars, there’s a lot we already know about the red planet from meteorites found on Earth.
Hidden from the outside world in an extensive network of caves and gardens that became his own personal utopia, this mysterious loner set up home for 12 years on a hill outside Griffith.
From deadly snakes and spiders to the box jellyfish and blue-ringed octopus, Australia’s legendary range of venomous creatures is being celebrated as a potentially rich source of new drugs and disease treatments.
Scientists implore us to rethink the notion of a blackened landscape and embrace the positive qualities of contained fires.
I’d love to have a dollar for each time someone has asked me, “Isn’t Lake George connected to a lake in China, or is it Siberia?”