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Save Smokey The Echidna
The destruction of echidna habitats is making our landscape more bushfire-prone suggests a report released earlier this year by students from the University of Tasmania.
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World’s Friendliest Rodent Debuts At Taronga Zoo
There the world’s largest rodent but unlike most rodents, the Capybara doesn’t really exude a rodent vibe. You’re probably not going to find one digging through your garbage or scurrying around city alleyways late at night. Probably a good thing because at two-feet tall and weighing nearly 80kg, they’re a hefty critter.
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Why Cemeteries Are A Surprising Source Of Life
American graveyards have become urban havens for plants and animals—like a new beetle species discovered in New York City.
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World’s Fastest Ants Found Racing Across The Sahara
The silver ants can run their body length in less than a hundredth of a second—the equivalent of a human running 643 kilometres an hour.
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See The Best Wildlife Photos Of 2019
A rare, expressive image of a fox attacking a marmot won Chinese photographer Yongqing Bao the honour of Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
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Is It Wrong To Keep Octopuses In Captivity?
Cephalopod experts worry that trade is putting pressure on some alluring species.
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