Baleen plates – the signature bristle-like apparatus toothless whales use to feed – reveal how these large aquatic mammals adapt to environmental changes over time.
By following moisture from the oceans to the land, researchers worked out exactly how three oceans conspire to deliver deluges of rain to eastern Australia.
This World Wildlife Day, we celebrate the three native mammal species – bilbies, crest-tailed mulgaras and Shark Bay bandicoots – now thriving in Sturt National Park since their
This is the project milestone ecologists had been hoping for.
Understanding feeding patterns is key to understanding the origin and implications of many aspects of animal social lives.
Threatened species don’t just live in national parks. Almost half of their distributions are on private land.
New research finds Queensland’s laws fail to protect private conservation areas from the hidden impacts of mining on groundwater.
UNSW scientists hope the Big Bushfire BioBlitz will build on the 17,500 observations submitted to the Environment Recovery Project.
In this era of mega-fires, diverse strategies are urgently needed so we can safely live with fire.
They are the only known scavengers in the world to have picky diets.