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Australian Geographic
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"While more is being done to address traditional hunting than any of the other impacts, the main threats to their survival often pass unnoticed."

Traditional hunting gets headlines, but is not the big threat to turtles and dugongs

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Australian Geographic
12/07/2016 at 03:00. Facebook
For a long time it was not believed that animals were even capable of feeling pain, let alone complex emotions. We now know that is far from the truth.

Laughs, cries and deception: birds’ emotional lives are just as complicated as ours

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Australian Geographic
yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
Did you see Australia's 10 best beaches announced over the weekend? This list should keep you busy for a few summers: [ Oak.ctx.ly Link ]
Australian Geographic
yesterday at 07:30. Facebook
From a single bolt taking out 68 dairy cows, to a woman whose house has been struck three times.

Struck by lightning: tales from survivors

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Australian Geographic
yesterday at 05:00. Facebook
"If correct, this alternative tree would require a radical rethink of many aspects of vertebrate evolution."

Our ideas about vertebrate evolution challenged by a new tree of life

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Australian Geographic
yesterday at 01:15. Facebook
"These findings have the potential to inform diabetes treatment, one of our greatest health challenges."

Platypus, echidna venom could help treat diabetes

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Australian Geographic
12/05/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
Are any of these beaches on your itinerary for the summer holidays?

Australia's top 10 beaches for 2017

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Australian Geographic
12/05/2016 at 06:00. Facebook
This is a sad story with a silver lining.

How a shark donated its body to science

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Australian Geographic
12/04/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
BREAKING NEWS: We have found Big Foot's babies, and they're in this outrageously cute AG Reader Photo of the Week. #HappyMonday

AG Reader Photo of the Week

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Australian Geographic
12/04/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
44 years ago today, Gough Whitlam was sworn in as Australia's first Labor Prime Minister since 1949. Read more:

On this day: Gough Whitlam becomes Prime Minister

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Australian Geographic
12/03/2016 at 03:00. Facebook
New research using advanced GPS tracking technology has confirmed why shark nets are bad news for migrating dugongs: [ Oak.ctx.ly Link ]
Australian Geographic
12/02/2016 at 21:00. Facebook
This amazing, rare photo by Jannico Kelk of a tessellated gecko shedding its skin is one of the Highly Commended images in this year's 'Ecology in Action' photography competition, run by the Ecological Society of Australia.
The winning photos showcase the incredible sights these experts at the frontline of understanding and protecting our unique flora and fauna often get to witness. See more:...
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Australian Geographic
12/02/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
Contrary to popular belief, none of our known scorpions have fatal venom. There's a few other facts you might not know too.

Australia's scorpions

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Australian Geographic
12/02/2016 at 04:45. Facebook
Biological control – when we use one species to control another – is infamous for giving Australia its cane toad invasion. So, how do we know this one will work?

A tiny wasp could save Christmas Island’s spectacular red crabs from crazy ants

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Australian Geographic
12/02/2016 at 01:00. Facebook
A 10-year-long study has shown superb fairy wrens can strategically alter the size of their laid eggs to help chicks survive in harsher conditions.

Superb fairy-wrens are adjusting their egg-size for the climate

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Australian Geographic
12/01/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
The study confirmed migrating dugongs swim close to shore, which is why they're so susceptible to getting caught in shark nets.

Shark nets bad news for migrating dugongs

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Australian Geographic
12/01/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
"Highly mobile, hungry, sex-obsessed young adults are the ones that interact with us over summer. Imagine schoolies’ week for insects, lasting an entire three months."

Experts predict more insects this summer

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Australian Geographic
12/01/2016 at 06:00. Facebook
"By using modern materials to paint traditional symbols on boards and canvases, Aboriginal artists are transposing ancient cultural knowledge into a new form of artistic language to create one of the most significant art movements of our time."

The art of aeons - Australian Geographic

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Australian Geographic
12/01/2016 at 03:00. Facebook
There are some truly stunning photos here - all great insights into the life and work of Aussie ecologists at the frontline of protecting our unique plants and animals.

'Ecology in Action' 2016 photography winners announced

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Australian Geographic
12/01/2016 at 01:00. Facebook
"Despite its incredible geology, the range remained largely unheard of until 1978, when a local Aboriginal man named Wodyeti told botanists about an unusual palm..."

Cape Melville’s lost world - Australian Geographic

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