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Scientists on the hunt for a white whale calf off WA's south coast believe two examples of the extremely rare mammal may have been sighted on the same day.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Kakadu National Park staff have monitored the humpback whales since they arrived early in the week, and just one whale remains in the river.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Emily Hinds stayed cool enough during the ordeal to critique her underwear-clad husband's snake-handling technique. Vader, the kelpie, meanwhile, was the only one that got a full night's sleep.Read more from www.abc.net.au
My heart is broken about the whales in Tasmania!
I can't bring myself to post about it.
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A change in wave patterns - the worst in decades - is "starving" sand from Byron Bay's iconic beach.Read more from BBC News
As rains return around Australia, waterholes are filling up. Even the driest parts of the country hide secret swimming spots of dazzling beauty.Read more from ABC News
If you are heading on a road trip this summer, you might drive past several ancient sentinels of Australia's volcanic past. Just how these volcanoes formed away from the edge of a tectonic plate is a mystery, but scientists have come up with a new theory.Read more from www.abc.net.au