explore 35-3 contents

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CONTENTS

NATURE

Sharing the Harbour
Sydney’s harbour is the most biodiverse in the world

Getting into deep water
Studying animals from the ocean depths

Insect soup anyone?
New foodie craze or citizen science project?

Confusing the scientists
How a fossilised skull fooled the experts

CULTURE

Musings
What’s new in culture

Collecting Indigenous languages
An early explorer collected words and specimens

Opening up
Meeting the resurgent interest in Aboriginal cultures

DISCOVER

Digging for dugongs
The Dugong once frolicked in Botany Bay

On the tyrannosaur trail
Tyrannosaurs once ruled the world

Highlights & snapshots
Our annual report to Members

Xplorer young scientist liftout
Tyrannosaur time!

Xplanations
Search > Discover

In your backyard
with Martyn Robinson

Members events
Travel, talks and walks

OPINION

From the Director
Climate change and the Museum

On the record
Comings and goings at the Museum

Reviews
The Aboriginal Story of Burke and Wills and The Woodhen

Leaner and greener
Balancing collection care with environmental costs

Members message
with Serena Todd

 


Brendan Atkins , Publications Coordinator
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