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Of the giant prehistoric birds still wandering the planet, two of the top three largest live right here in Australia: the emu and cassowary. But how would they fare against each other, in a fight?
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Come on a rare and privileged foray into the enchanting world of Lamington National Park by night.
See how the famous marine iguanas of the Galapagos spend their day.
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Australian Geographic goes inside the Venom Evolution Lab where scientists are turning toxins to therapies.
Investigating our cruel and corrupt illegal wildlife trade
Talking Australia shares the stories of Australia’s most inspiring adventurers, conservationists and wildlife experts. Listen as they take you on a journey around this magnificent country and beyond.