It’s likely you’ve seen sea hares washed up on your local beach, but what are they exactly?
Science & Environment
Explore the world from the microscopic to the galactic.
The 2017 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year, Justin Gilligan, turns his creative eye to the unique icy world of beauty and contrast that he found at the end of the Earth on an expedition to East Antarctica with Heritage Expeditions.
Bushfires, coral bleaching, heatwaves or drought? Australian Geographic spoke to the some of the country’s leading climate experts to unpack what the Bureau of Meteorology’s weather predictions will mean for us and our Aussie summer this year.
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Larger parts of Australia are facing a hotter and drier summer than average, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s summer outlook.
Coral bleaching can occur with or without an El Niño event, prompting concerns from scientists that Queensland’s record- breaking heatwave increases the likeliness of a third mass bleaching event in just four years.