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A dozen ocean species new to science could already be threatened by climate change, scientists find.Read more from BBC News
ID: 3328773MANDATORY ON SCREEN CREDIT - @ompt_gramAn adorable Chinchilla looks incredibly happy whenever she is brushed by her owner in series of heart-warmi...
Those are just too cute!
Young gators can sprout new tails that can reach up to nine inches, helping them survive through their juvenile yearsRead more from Smithsonian Magazine
A beachgoer's sighting of two dugongs close to the shore may be a sign that the population of the usually solitary marine mammals, considered vulnerable in Queensland, may be recovering.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Is NOTHING sacred any more!
First the bare toes of a bathing lady in the MC Header and now I have to watch out for drones!
For f*** sake, I am too shy for drones passing overhead
Oh deary me, PTG...
A small crayfish endemic to Tasmania that hasn't been seen for decades has been found near a Hydro Electric dam in the state's remote west, but climate change could pose a challenge to its survival.Read more from www.abc.net.au