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Wildfires have spread dramatically—and some forests may not recover loading...
Wildfires have spread dramatically—and some forests may not recover
An explosion in the frequency and extent of wildfires worldwide is hindering recovery even in ecosystems that rely on natural blazes to survive.
60 Hours On Burning Kangaroo Island loading...
60 Hours On Burning Kangaroo Island
Our reporter describes the ongoing catastrophe of record bushfires on Australia's wildlife.
Community Spirit Drives National Firefighting Effort loading...
Community Spirit Drives National Firefighting Effort
Australia’s bushfire stricken regions and communities need your help as they slowly begin to recover and rebuild in the coming months.
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.
Huge Amounts Of Greenhouse Gases Lurk In The Oceans, And Could Make Warming Far Worse loading...
Huge Amounts Of Greenhouse Gases Lurk In The Oceans, And Could Make Warming Far Worse
Stores of methane and CO2 in the world's seas are in a strange, icy state, and the waters are warming, creating a ticking carbon time bomb.
Ancient Cave Art May Depict The World's Oldest Hunting Scene loading...
Ancient Cave Art May Depict The World's Oldest Hunting Scene
The spectacular scene in Indonesia reinforces the notion that the origins of art are more global than once thought.
No, Koalas Aren't Functionally Extinct—Yet loading...
No, Koalas Aren't Functionally Extinct—Yet
As koalas suffer in the Australian bushfires, misinformation has spread about their demise. Here’s what we know.
Search Party Of 500 Volunteers Look For Rare Platypus loading...
Search Party Of 500 Volunteers Look For Rare Platypus
“Where the platypus twists and doubles, Leaving a train of tiny bubbles,” is how bush poet Barcroft Boake put it in 1891; Geoff Williams is not only hoping that more Australians get to see that, he is actively training them for it.
Aussie Agriculture Future Needs To Bee Secure loading...
Aussie Agriculture Future Needs To Bee Secure
Australia has big plans for its farming sector. According to the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) 2030 Roadmap, from $60 billion worth of produce in 2016-17, the industry will exceed $100 billion in farm gate output by 2030.
In A First, Fossil Dinosaur Feathers Found Near The South Pole loading...
In A First, Fossil Dinosaur Feathers Found Near The South Pole
The ancient plumage hints at how small carnivorous dinosaurs weathered long, cold winters inside the Antarctic Circle 118 million years ago.
Rare Cancers Spreading Among Sea Creatures Have Scientists Perplexed loading...
Rare Cancers Spreading Among Sea Creatures Have Scientists Perplexed
Some malignancies can jump between different marine species, the latest in a series of discoveries that’s changed our understanding of cancer.
To Save A Species On The Brink, Look To Where Its Ancestors Thrived loading...
To Save A Species On The Brink, Look To Where Its Ancestors Thrived
The Australian mountain pygmy possum is rare in its current habitat, but its ancestors lived elsewhere. Could moving some possums save them all?

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