This little caterpillar has elaborate mimicry to appear much bigger and scarier than it is.
The dingo has been given its own species status, recognising that it is not descended from dogs or wolves.
A Cuvier’s beaked whale has dived to almost 3000m below the ocean surface
These sea snails mimic cowrie shells with their soft body, which can retract and change shapes and colours
Science & Environment
Ghostly whales, snowy wallabies and whitewashed peacocks – albinism’s rarity in the wild lends it mystique.
This unusual fish’s bony fins can extend up to 1m to help them stand
The oldest-known fossil of a bilby has been found in NW Queensland
A new drug from cone snail venom could offer hope to chronic pain sufferers
The first baby Goodfellow’s tree kangaroo born in 20 years at Taronga Zoo has emerged.