Bound by sea and shaped by the elements, Australia’s geological formations are spectacular and provide habitat for a wealth of native wildlife.
Up to 80 killer whales hunt and kill planet’s biggest animal off Bremer Bay, WA. It’s only the third time this behaviour has ever been witnessed worldwide.
An international study has shed further light on how wombats produce distinctive cube-shaped poo.
Scientists have captured rare footage of a mother skink fighting a deadly brown snake to protect her babies.
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Images of desperate, singed koalas in blackened landscapes have come to symbolise the damage to nature this bushfire season. Such imagery has catalysed global concern, but the toll on biodiversity is much more pervasive.