Ever seen an adult Christmas Island red crab feasting on younger red crabs? Well, now you have.
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The humpback whale migration passing Sydney takes place between April and December, with two distinct seasons depending on the direction of travel of the majority of whales.
Researchers are using drones to monitor the condition of humpback whales in Western Australia.
An ancient canoe has helped solve a puzzle as to how Polynesian seafarers first made it to the far reaches of the Pacific.
Each year, up to about 120 million red crabs (Gecarcoidea natalis) scuttle to the sea from the forest across Christmas Island in an effort to mate. It is a commute which overwhelms the island – the 135sq.km Australian-owned island, located in the Indian Ocean 2600km northwest of Perth, has just over 2000 human inhabitants.
Science & Environment
Can birds see the Earth’s magnetic field? The latest research on navigation suggests they can and even hints that humans may be able to detect it too.