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Research has uncovered evidence that the evolution of mammals began in the Southern Hemisphere, not the Northern Hemisphere, challenging hundreds of years of scientific dogma.
The most complete skull of a giant wombat that roamed the continent 80,000 years ago has been described for the first time in history.
It’s that time of year, when baby red crabs make a dash for safety and become the meal of many a voracious predator on Christmas Island.
The first images of a nebula from the James Webb Telescope gave astronomers remarkable insights into the death of the star that created these beautiful haloes of gas and dust.
The first commercial scenic flight (direct from Australia) to the South Pole takes you to “another world entirely”.
New DNA, more than a million years older than the previous record, is helping researchers study molecules that were made inside plants and animals 2 million years ago, opening a new window into the history of life on Earth.