We are witnessing the loss of biodiversity at rates never before seen in human history.
It’s funny to name species after celebrities, but there’s a serious side too
New research tracking glow-in-the-dark geckos has shown that isolated trees and the right crop direction could help improve biodiversity in agricultural landscapes.
We know very little about Australia’s most threatened plants.
The Earth is full of many varied species from the largest mammals to the tiniest organisms. But we now think there could be ten times more species than was originally thought.
An AGS-funded team is collaborating with locals to protect the wildlife of PNG’s first major conservation area. Read the full story in Australian Geographic magazine #120.