The iconic but ungainly kōkako is easy pickings for rats, cats and stoats
This red-embellished handfish uses its limbs to ‘walk’ along the seafloor
The extremely limited distribution of the magnificent helicarionid land snail has made it vulnerable to extinction
Science & Environment
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Scientists inch closer to preventing the facial tumour disease wiping out Tasmanian devils.
A new addition provides genetic diversity to the Devil Ark insurance population.
Australia is home to some unique critters, but it also has one of the highest extinction rates in the world.