Iconic Queensland Croc Shot Dead loading...
Iconic Queensland Croc Shot Dead
The murder of the giant croc will have a significant impact on the ecosystem
Giant Goldfish Threatens Australian River Life loading...
Giant Goldfish Threatens Australian River Life
Invasive fish has been found in WA rivers
Aussie Parrot, Missing for 170 Years, Found! loading...
Aussie Parrot, Missing for 170 Years, Found!
One of the world’s most elusive birds
Sneaky Animal Sex—Are They or Aren’t They? loading...
Sneaky Animal Sex—Are They or Aren’t They?
From corals to cichlids, some animals have sex you never even see.
Hidden Dangers Could Lurk in Your Next Meal loading...
Hidden Dangers Could Lurk in Your Next Meal
The medicines that stave off infections in people are wreaking havoc on our food supply.
Australia’s 'Forest Fairy' Joins as 7,000th Animal in Nat Geo's Photo Ark loading...
Australia’s 'Forest Fairy' Joins as 7,000th Animal in Nat Geo's Photo Ark
Joel Sartore photographed the Leadbeater's possum in Australia’s Healesville Sanctuary, near the city of Melbourne.
Sydneysiders, Get Ready For A New Zoo loading...
Sydneysiders, Get Ready For A New Zoo
The new design will be completely cage free.
New Gorilla Born At Taronga loading...
New Gorilla Born At Taronga
The endangered species gave birth on last friday
National Geographic Talks To Joel Sartore About The Elusive Leadbeater's Possum loading...
National Geographic Talks To Joel Sartore About The Elusive Leadbeater's Possum
Joel documents endangered species and landscapes all over the world.
Want to Save Echidnas? Take a Picture of their Poo loading...
Want to Save Echidnas? Take a Picture of their Poo
How is an app helping researchers save our endangered Echidnas?
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For many species the possession of territory is the ultimate goal. With good territory comes plentiful food, access to shelter, attraction to mates and safety to raise offspring - all tremendous strategic advantages to survive the wild.

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