An Australian sea lion has been reported with tuberculosis in South Australia.
What are found 3km below the surface of the water, have evolved into meat eaters and can only be found in the Great Australian Bight?
Banrock Station in partnership with Landcare Australia looks to a greener, cleaner future.
The spiny daisy is thriving at Banrock Station in South Australia thanks to a dedicated conservation program.
The rules are aimed at reducing the impact of cats on the environment and protecting pets from harm.
At up to 30cm long and armed with spines for crushing and shredding food, we’ve identified a previously unknown creature that would have been a giant among its neighbours in the waters off modern-day South Australia.