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New South Wales, Meet The World’s Most Intact Mammoth loading...
New South Wales, Meet The World’s Most Intact Mammoth
It is the baby Mammoth’s first time down under.
The Silent Decline Of The Platypus, Australia’s Beloved Oddity loading...
The Silent Decline Of The Platypus, Australia’s Beloved Oddity
Recent studies suggest the duck-billed mammal is not as widespread as thought, in part due to centuries of hunting and habitat loss.
Sydney’s Mega-Sized Metro loading...
Sydney’s Mega-Sized Metro
If you’re going to undertake a megabuild you need some huge kit and the tunnel boring machines (TBMs) being used to build large chunks of Sydney’s new Metro certainly fit the bill.
This Toddler-Size Parrot Was A Prehistoric Oddity loading...
This Toddler-Size Parrot Was A Prehistoric Oddity
The flightless 'squawkzilla' stood three feet tall and was twice the weight of the kakapo, the heaviest parrot alive today.
These Fish Eggs Aren't Hatching. The Culprit? Light Pollution. loading...
These Fish Eggs Aren't Hatching. The Culprit? Light Pollution.
When exposed to artificial light at night, charismatic clownfish try to breed—but no eggs hatch.
Exclusive: Gem-Like Fossils Reveal Stunning New Dinosaur Species loading...
Exclusive: Gem-Like Fossils Reveal Stunning New Dinosaur Species
Four members of this newly described plant-eater were found together in what may be Australia’s first known dinosaur herd.
Pop into amazing bubble hotels around the world loading...
Pop into amazing bubble hotels around the world
These 10 see-through stays bring travellers closer to nature.
Sea otters use tools, too. Now scientists look at their archaeology loading...
Sea otters use tools, too. Now scientists look at their archaeology
Techniques previously used for studying tool use in humans and primates are now being applied to stone-wielding sea otters.
Archaeologists discover grave of explorer who put Australia on the map loading...
Archaeologists discover grave of explorer who put Australia on the map
Navigator’s remains found among tens of thousands of graves being moved to make way for Britain's HS2 high-speed rail line.
Whacking Day 20 million BC loading...
Whacking Day 20 million BC
Let’s say you’re a dolphin living in the shallow, tropically warm waters of 20 or so million years ago with a freakishly long snout.
Exclusive: Sparkly, opal-filled fossils reveal new dinosaur species loading...
Exclusive: Sparkly, opal-filled fossils reveal new dinosaur species
Australian miners uncovered the gem of a find—a dog-size herbivore named Weewarrasaurus pobeni.

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