The crest-tailed mulgara was re-discovered in NSW in 2017, and now scientists have released 19 individuals into Sturt National Park as a first step in recovering the species.
History & Culture
Here’s a list of our favourite Australian Geographic children’s books.
Science & Environment
Here, we chat to James Gulliver Hancock, the illustrator behind AG’s new World of Environments book, available now.
Evil or misunderstood? Ocean legend Valerie Taylor separates truth from tall tales.
The bobbitt worm, thought to be named after an infamous incident, can slice through prey in a flash
The ANZANG 2015 Junior shortlist showcases the finest photography from those under the age of 18. The beauty of the shots contained is indicative of the talent in our budding Australian photographers.
The Australian Geographic 2015 ANZANG Animal Behaviour competition asked for photographs of animals engaging in natural activities.
The Australian Geographic 2015 ANZANG Animal Portrait competition asked for photographs of animals in close-up. Thirty percent of the frame had to be taken up by the animal. Creatures of the land, air and sea all feature in this stunning shortlist.
Australian and New Zealand fur seal populations in Victoria are recovering after being on the brink
On World Wildlife day, we celebrate our native animals