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Invasive alien species are driving biodiversity loss and extinctions in every country, all over the world. Responding to the challenge, the United Nations is today releasing the first global assessment of invasive alien species and their control.
Australian researchers are using AI to identify the things that go bump, bellow and hoot in the night. Can you?
Most Australians (97%) want more action to protect nature, even if they don’t know the full extent of the biodiversity crisis. That’s the startling finding emerging from a national survey of 4000 voters.
Yellow crazy ants are the worst.
Do you know what a cockatoo smells like? How about a king parrot? Most of us have only really smelled an ibis (and not by choice – their odour precedes them by about half a block), but did you know that some birds actually smell great?
Here’s some good conservation news: 29 threatened Aussie animal species are back from the brink.