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It turns out the same climate change forces contributing to coral bleaching have also taken a toll on the trees that inhabit Queensland’s tropical rainforests.
Everything about the nursery frog is adorable. This tiny frog, which is barely more than a few centimetres long, is named for the fastidious care it gives to its offspring.
There are only 315 northern hairy-nosed wombats surviving in the wild. Here’s how you can help the world’s most endangered large marsupial.
Carving a corrosive path through remote inland Australia, the Dingo Barrier Fence has cast a 70-year shadow over the ecology of a significant body of the Australian continent, while also providing a critical lifeline to the nation’s iconic sheep industry.
Established as a settlement for soldiers returning from World War I, El Arish is awash in Anzac tradition.
Off the Australian coastline, the ocean’s most majestic creatures await. From the sparkling waters of Hervey Bay in Queensland to the untamed and teeming Southern Ocean off Western Australia, there’s a whale encounter with your name on it. And even better, they’re all in the name of conservation.
The 400-year-old coral structure has been named Muga dhambi.