Australia's species, like this green python, are remarkable and need far better protection.
For over a century Australia’s venomous snakes have been counted amongst the world’s deadliest, yet human fatalities remain strikingly rare. How did our snakes develop such a fearsome reputation?
Australia's snakes, spiders and other venomous critters tend to strike fear in many people. But is Australia's reputation as a nation of deadly creatures deserved?
It is possible to use small spaces such as transport corridors, verges and the edges of sporting grounds for native wildlife habitat restoration, helping to bring biodiversity back into cities.
New technology reveals that digging echidnas play a crucial role in Australia's ecosystems.
Scientists are calling for your help this National Science Week to identify Australian wildlife.
Australian birds are arguably among the smartest in the world, displaying complex behaviours comparable to those observed in great apes.