The snubfin dolphin is one of only three known species of dolphin endemic to Australia
The females of this species often conserve energy by hibernating during much of a pregnancy
ANZANG Photographer of the Year finalist, Angela Robertson-Buchanan is showcasing her exhibition ‘Feathered Heads,’ as part of National Bird Week at X88 Gallery in Chippendale, open from 17-25 October, 2014. Feathered Heads features close-up portraits of a range of different native Australian birds and 20 per cent of sales raised will be donated back to Birdlife Australia to help with conservation efforts.
The genes of dingoes, dogs and wolves suggests they all evolved from a long gone ancestor, turning existing theories of dog origins on their heads.
These furry, wallaby-like critters are an icon of Perth’s favourite holiday island.
Discover Australia’s stunning wetlands on this significant day for conservation.
Baby honeyeaters are the success story of a rescue program 15 years in the making.
Quolls aren’t such a well-known Aussie animal, but their plight is not looking good, especially for the tiger quoll.
Picture editor, Chrissie Goldrick takes us behind the scenes of the iconic AG Art Calendar.
The US man who bought the skin of an extinct species now hopes to sell it for $68,000.