Tim the Yowie Man
Spend any time travelling in outback Australia and it won’t be long before someone tries to convince you they do.
The newly discovered fossil of Brindabellaspis, a fish with a platypus-like snout, reveals that coral reefs have long been evolution hotspots.
If you don’t just want to hug this sweet yellow fish, with its big round eyes and weird little snout, you must be a cat person.
Science & Environment
What exactly is sustainable seafood and how can you make better choices when it comes to what you put on your plate?
There’s no denying that Nemo’s very cute, but have you seen a frogfish lately?
Scientists are now hopeful that new populations will begin to emerge.
A dive on a coral reef is overwhelmingly a feast for the eyes, but there are sounds to appreciate as well, especially when schools of parrotfishes go crunch, crunch, crunch on coral as they feed.
Goldfish have been found invading Australian estuaries and now scientists are cautioning those who may consider flushing their unwanted goldfish down the toilet.
The sparkling ocean inlet of Port Stephens, more than twice the size of Sydney Harbour and nestled between Nelson Bay and Hawks Nest on the NSW lower north coast, is a seahorse hotspot, with four species found here — this phenomenon occurs nowhere else in the country, and is considered rare worldwide.