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Is there anything vinegar isn't useful for? This simple household substance is being used as the latest weapon against devastating crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks, following successful trials on the Great Barrier Reef. Read more: [ Oak.ctx.ly Link ]
Mark Nguyen
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/28/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
“If a relict population of devils had survived on the mainland, then mainland devils might – and I stress might – have been resistant to the disease that is killing devils in Tasmania."
If a relict population of devils had survived on the mainland then

Did Tasmanian devils survive on mainland Australia?

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John Scorse
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/28/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
The winner of the 2016 AG Nature Photographer of the Year ‘Our Impact’ category is using his images to raise awareness of road trauma on Kangaroo Island.
The winner of the 2016 AG Nature Photographer of the Year Our

Photographer raising awareness of roadkill on Kangaroo Island - Australian Geographic

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Janet Beckwith Matthews
Helen Bell
Sue Gribble
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/28/2017 at 00:35. Facebook
The method has now been approved across the whole Indo-Pacific region, following successful field trials on the Great Barrier Reef.
The method has now been approved across the whole IndoPacific region following

Death by vinegar: new weapon against coral-eating starfish

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Igor Wrobel
Joshua A Martin
Dominique Wain
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/27/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
"Some Sydneysiders greeted their arrival as a wildlife good-news story, but for others, it meant the outbreak of war in the suburbs."
Some Sydneysiders greeted their arrival as a wildlife goodnews story but for

Brush turkeys are reclaiming their pre-European range with a vengeance

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Kristan Bennett
Alex Taylor
Maurice van Creij
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/27/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Tasmania's Western Arthurs certainly aren't for the faint-hearted or inexperienced.

(Feature from our archives)
Tasmania's Western Arthurs certainly aren't for the fainthearted or inexperienced

Traversing Tasmania's Western Arthurs

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Dylan Colson
Murray Creighton
Brett McNeill
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/27/2017 at 02:00. Facebook
How does an evening of wine, sea life and stunning underwater photography sound?

This exclusive event includes an hour in SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, wine and canapes and a presentation and slideshow with the talented Darren Jew Photography.
How does an evening of wine sea life and stunning underwater photography sound

An evening with underwater photography master Darren Jew

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Sandra Tuttle
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Lynda Palmer
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/26/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
In case you missed it, a new study has revealed surprising origins for the 'Hobbit' - and the tiny, extinct human species is much more ancient than we originally thought: [ Oak.ctx.ly Link ]
In case you missed it a new study has revealed surprising origins
Jason Cook
Maya Oya
Dave Purnell
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/26/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Completing all the walks on this list would take almost four months. How many have you done?
(via Australian Geographic Outdoor)
Completing all the walks on this list would take almost four months How many have you done

Top 10 Australian multi-day treks | AG Outdoor

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Adrian Cameron
Malcolm Crabtree
Judith Simpson
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/26/2017 at 02:00. Facebook
"Despite the numbers of sharks and fish, this is not a ‘bloodbath’: predator and prey are, for the most part, swimming together."
Despite the numbers of sharks and fish this is not a bloodbath

Drone captures amazing footage of sharks feeding off NSW coast

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Anne- Maree Burgoine
Mark Nguyen
Alan G Miller
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/26/2017 at 00:16. Facebook
Following on from the night parrot and Gilbert's potoroo, this would have been another great 'rediscovery' story to add to the list - but sadly we weren't so lucky this time.
Following on from the night parrot and Gilberts potoroo this would have

Tasmanian devils found on mainland were probably stowaways, study finds

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Rusty Woodpecker
Jason Cook
Tommy Messina III
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/25/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
How many of these beauties have you seen in the wild?
How many of these beauties have you seen in the wild

10 beautiful birds to look out for in the Red Centre

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Dianne Kirkpatrick
Christina Walsh
Rebecca Duncum
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/25/2017 at 04:00. Facebook
The bizarre colour of these lakes varies with seasons, cloud cover and time of day.
The bizarre colour of these lakes varies with seasons cloud cover and time of day

What makes some Australian lakes pink?

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Phillip Bone
Danida Heitbaum-Ferres
Lynne Adams-Hodgson
Forbidden from entering military services, a small number of indigenous Australians were discreetly recruited by the AIF, provided they were not "too-dark".
Forbidden from entering military services a small number of indigenous Australians were

Remembering the indigenous Anzacs

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David Polglaze
Anne Ogilvie
Barbara Bayley
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/24/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
“We reached Peak Anzac in 2015 sure, but in terms of the dawn services and Anzac Day commemoration, it will remain huge for a good while yet. There is nothing better to take its place in terms of a national mythology.”
We reached Peak Anzac in 2015 sure but in terms of the

The evolution of Anzac Day from 1915 until today

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Alexandra Williams
Lian Staben
Mark James
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/24/2017 at 07:31. Facebook
The evidence of Victoria's volcanic geology is easy to see with perspectives like this.
The evidence of Victoria's volcanic geology is easy to see with perspectives like this

Download our latest desktop wallpaper

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Charu Diwan
Jason Cook
Dan Weller
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/24/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
Lyn Buxton
Rachel Black
Loki McIntyre
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/24/2017 at 02:18. Facebook
From the battlefield to the 'Brandzac' and beyond:
From the battlefield to the 'Brandzac' and beyond:

The evolution of Anzac Day from 1915 until today

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Ted Connelly
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/23/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
Our AG Reader Photo of the Week is of a place nicknamed 'nature's natural spa'. Do you recognise this stunning spot?
Our AG Reader Photo of the Week is of a place nicknamed

AG Reader Photo of the Week

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Mary Mariel Ochia
Gavin Owen
Elise Pinto
Australian Geographic
Australian Geographic
04/23/2017 at 02:00. Facebook
Depending on how you define a tree, some can live for an astoundingly long time.
Depending on how you define a tree some can live for an astoundingly long time

Where the old things are: Australia’s ancient trees

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Lee-Anne Owen
Stephanie Brosnan