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Wetlands are often overlooked, but they perform critical functions to the environment and are home to a diverse range of animals.Read more from ABC News
Flourishing within one of India's driest regions, Thimmamma Marrimanu has become an enduring symbol of eternal life - and it continues to grow through recent conservation efforts.Read more from www.bbc.com
Forget space - the oceans are Earth's final frontier. Even after centuries of exploration we're still only just scratching the surface of what lives down there. The latest case in point is a diving expedition off the coast of Western Australia, which has discovered up to 30 new species plus what...Read more from New Atlas
For most of us, winter started on June 1 but to Indigenous Australians and people in other parts of the world, today's solstice means something different. So who's right?Read more from www.abc.net.au
They're scientists, photographers and thrillseekers and they all share a passion for big, scary storms and the adrenalin rush that comes from tracking them and getting up close.Read more from www.abc.net.au
The Thrill of Victory? The Agony of Defeat? Wait, that's a "famous" line from a Sports' show...erase, erase!
Geologists say they have discovered a large meteorite crater in outback Western Australia, which could be up to five times bigger than the famous Wolfe Creek Crater and around 100 million years old.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Photographers around Tasmania are treated to a spectacular light show - both in the sky and in the water, with some lucky enough to capture the aurora australis and bioluminescence in the same shot.Read more from www.abc.net.au
OMG! How extraordinarily beautiful.