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This Mysterious Ancient Predator Had A Killer Jaw
The sharklike Helicoprion lived 275 million years ago and could slice its prey in two with its buzz saw jaw.
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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.
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Frog Rescue A Launch-Pad To Save The Planet, Says Explorer Jodi
Perhaps you knew that every frog has a unique “ribbit” – but did you also know that the Australian green tree frog, so ubiquitous that in some regions it’s simply called the dunny frog, can live for 35 years?
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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.
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This Is A Full-Blown Crisis: Fighting Vulture Poisoning In Kenya
A quick response averted a larger tragedy in Kenya. But Africa’s vulture population remains precarious.
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Exclusive: Inside A Controversial South African Lion Farm
National Geographic investigates the fate of lions found in terrible condition earlier this year.
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Cheetah Researchers Accused Of Spying Sentenced In Iran
Scientists and conservationists condemned the verdict, warning about the dangers of mixing politics and conservation.
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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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No place on Earth is like Yellowstone – an extraordinary world of fire and ice atop America’s largest volcano. In summer, it’s a wildlife paradise and a time of plenty for grizzly bears, wolves and hundreds of other animals. In winter, it forces them into a struggle for survival. Not all will make it. Situated above the rocky mountains, this extreme wilderness always tests its wildlife. To succeed, every creature has its own survival strategy.

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