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Dingoes are an iconic Australian wild animal, with close links to Australia’s First Nations people throughout the mainland. Yet the origins and history of these animals are shrouded in obscurity.
Citizen scientists across Australia have helped uncover a frog species new to science, which has a longer ‘laugh’ than the original tree frog species.
Researchers are celebrating after a University of the Sunshine Coast-led project detected the previously unknown species named Lady Elliot Shrimp Goby on a tiny coral cay.
Koalas are under increasing pressure as southeast Queensland grapples with a housing crisis and predicted population explosion of 2.2 million people.
A so-called “zombie fish” thought to have been extinct for two decades has been released into a Victorian wetland after it was brought back from the dead.
Invasive alien species are driving biodiversity loss and extinctions in every country, all over the world. Responding to the challenge, the United Nations is today releasing the first global assessment of invasive alien species and their control.
Australian researchers are using AI to identify the things that go bump, bellow and hoot in the night. Can you?