You may never have heard of the Terriswalkeris terraereginae, a giant blue earthworm living deep in the moist soils of tropical north Queensland, but it’s the prettiest worm you’ll ever see.
Think Tropical North Queensland and invariably diving the Great Barrier Reef comes to mind, but head to the hills and you’ll soon see that this area has so much more adventure on offer.
When Captain James Cook sailed around this dry-tropical oasis in 1770, the erratic behaviour of his compass inspired the name
An inquisitive joey checks out the view in Granite Gorge, North Queensland
Museum Victoria Live exhibits keeper Maik Fiedel describes the Lady Gaga-ntuan stick insect.
A huge specimen of a rare giant stick insect has been found, and may be the largest in Australia.
Science & Environment
Two photographers give us the Alice in Wonderland tour of north Queensland’s rainforest.