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Australia’s Summer Of Extremities
Monash University’s, School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Emeritus Professor Neville Nicholls says while public attention on the disastrous bushfire crisis in Australia will rightly continue for weeks to come, we shouldn't forget other weather and climate challenges looming.
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Why The League Of Nations Was Doomed Before It Began
One hundred years ago President Woodrow Wilson attempted to prevent another world war, however, his own country foiled his plan.
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10 New Birds Discovered In Lost World
A record-breaking expedition to three, little-explored Indonesian islands has revealed new species and subspecies of songbirds.
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The Story Of The World’s Loneliest Tree
A single wild tree on a New Zealand island could soon get some neighbours—and that’s a good thing.
Is Prince Harry Abdicating? Not So Fast. loading...
Is Prince Harry Abdicating? Not So Fast.
The Duke of Sussex's decision to step back from royal duties is drawing fraught comparisons to the 1936 abdication of Edward VIII.
The Chinese Paddlefish, One Of World's Largest Fish, Has Gone Extinct loading...
The Chinese Paddlefish, One Of World's Largest Fish, Has Gone Extinct
Native to China’s Yangtze River, these fish grew seven metres in length, but haven’t been spotted since 2003.
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Slowing Global Warming By Accident
The world has already slowed global warming more successfully than the Kyoto Agreement and we kind of did it by accident.
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Why So Many Earthquakes Are Rocking Puerto Rico
A series of tremors has rattled the island for more than a week—and there may be more to come.
Flying Foxes Are Dying En Masse In Australia’s Extreme Heat loading...
Flying Foxes Are Dying En Masse In Australia’s Extreme Heat
In three days before Christmas, thousands of the mammals died in 43-degree heat in one Melbourne park.
Ravenous Wild Goats Ruled This Island For Over A Century. Now, It's Being Reborn. loading...
Ravenous Wild Goats Ruled This Island For Over A Century. Now, It's Being Reborn.
The rocky island of Redonda, once stripped of its flora and fauna by invasive species, makes an astonishingly quick comeback. What’s the secret to its recovery?
What’s The Difference Between A Poisonous And Venomous Animal? loading...
What’s The Difference Between A Poisonous And Venomous Animal?
It's easy to get confused by how snakes, spiders, and other toxic creatures deliver their chemical weaponry. Here's what you should know.
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Genes Without Price – Great Barrier Reef DNA Frozen For The Future
The nation’s top marine scientists have quietly spent the past decade collecting – and cryofreezing - sperm and egg samples from the Great Barrier Reef during its annual spawning season.

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