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Whale Poo And The Ningaloo
Nush Freedman's lifelong passion with the ocean began when she was just four years old and saw the magical pristine corals, fish, turtles, sharks, manta rays and the entire panoply of ocean life of Ningaloo Reef.
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Rarest Gems Found In Our Own Backyard
We all know people who can’t walk around the block without dropping a few grand, but model and travel blogging star Tyson Mayr is most famous for travelling to some 60 countries on a budget of under 10k.
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Stephanie Bendixsen Explores Our Backyard
Acclaimed and well-loved presenter, videogame critic and author Stephanie Bendixsen, considered herself well-travelled before she began working on National Geographic’s Only in Oz series.
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Aussie Comic’s Inspiration Found Only In Oz
From the wilds of Tasmania on the trail of a cannibal convict, to saving NSW from poisonous amphibians, to personally discovering the tooth of an extinct giant kangaroo, presenting National Geographic’s Only in Oz has been an inspiration and an adventure for presenter and stand-up comedian Luke Joseph Ryan.
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Best-Dressed Kelpie Doesn’t Share Dingo Genes
Over the long weekend in a tiny Victorian town close to the South Australian border, a festival took place celebrating the Australian kelpie.
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Our Transitioning National Fish Is A Cougar
Barramundi are renowned for their mouth-watering eating, were named by a marketing campaign, will dine out on anything they find including each other – and they change sex from male to female as a natural part of their life cycle.
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The Death Aquatic – Rare Flesh-Eating Plant Found In WA
It’s generally known that Australia is a world leader when it comes to deadly critters. But what about carnivorous plants?
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World First For The Planet’s Weirdest Lizard
The Cambridge Dictionary defines a reptile as “an animal that produces eggs and uses the heat of the sun to keep its blood warm”.
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Bungle kills fish by the million in oxygen-starved Murray-Darling
Over a million native fish have been found dead on the Darling River in recent weeks and the causes of the incident are clear – they suffocated, courtesy of a bungle in river management.
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Australia’s kangaroo-route ‘moonshot’
The first flight from England to Australia was forgotten by everyone – except the first Aussie into space
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Australia’s Extinct Monsters
Meet the rhino-sized marsupials, lethal lizards and giant birds that once roamed Australia.
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Unique experiences, places, science and history - Australia has it all and Tyson Mayr, Steph Bendixsen, Luke Joseph Ryan and Nush Freedman have travelled the country to find the stories of a past and future that can only be found in Oz.

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