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Flocking Together – How citizen science volunteers are making a difference in shorebird conservation
Growing quickly helped the earliest dinosaurs and other ancient reptiles flourish in the aftermath of mass extinction
Why did modern humans replace the Neanderthals? The key might lie in our social structures
Young Woman’s Journey To Bonegilla
A Nasa mission that collided with an asteroid didn’t just leave a dent – it reshaped the space rock
The world’s spectacular animal migrations are dwindling. Fishing, fences and development are fast-tracking extinctions
Botany Bay Shorebirds: Bayside
Homo sapiens already reached northwest Europe more than 45,000 years ago
Migratory bird that visits Western Port wetlands added to threatened species list
From Alaska to Invercargill – godwit migration well underway
Water Flowing into Parkes Wetlands
Ancient pathogens released from melting ice could wreak havoc on the world, new analysis reveals
Bones, the ‘Cave of the Monkeys’ and 86,000 years of hi new evidence pushes back the timing of human arrival in Southeast Asia
Shorebird Friendly Zones: Bayside
Who owned this Stone Age jewellery? New forensic tools offer an unprecedented answer
Traces from past
NPWS celebrates Hunter Bird Observers Club’s 20-year contribution to shorebird habitat restoration
Dark sky so shearwaters fly
Ride down Bay Trail
Expert of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Expresses Serious Concern that Incidents in the Context of the Armed Conflict…
Community ideas to shape Kingston’s vibrant public art
Police Commissioner responds to Judge’s comments regarding the Joint Emergency Services Communication Centre (JESCC)
Police response to Judge’s criticism of the Joint Emergency Services Communication Centre (JESCC)
Mt Aspiring Rivers at dangerously high levels
DNA from elusive human relatives Denisovans has left a curious mark on modern people in New Guinea
Oldest DNA ever found reveals a snapshot of a vanished world
Genes and tongues are not always tied together
Entomologist asks Pennsylvania hunters for help in deer ‘keds’ research effort
First-ever genetic analysis of a Neanderthal family paints a fascinating picture of a close-knit community
These little miracles have flown 10,000km and now they need our help
Nobel Prize for Svante Pääbo
Wildfire Smoke May Have Amplified Arctic Phytoplankton Bloom
Curious Kids: did humans hunt and eat woolly mammoths or dinosaurs?
Fossil tooth unlocks mystery of Denisovans in Asia
Canberra well placed to play role in global asteroid detection
One Ocean Our Future immersive exhibition
Rising threat of wildfires
Rich new field for ancient DNA discovery
DNA in archaeological sediments
Official: Arctic Temperature Record Broken
Has zombie apocalypse of forest fires begun?
Grants to preserve Swan Bay environment
Molecular Analysis Reveals Oldest Denisovan Fossils Yet
$16m funding push for state-of-the-art wetlands centre
Scientists Identify New Force Behind Past Mass Extinction Event
New murals celebrate start of shorebird season
Humans hastened extinction of woolly mammoth
Tripartite origins of Japanese populations revealed by paleogenomics