Latest blog entries

Where the heck are the Austral and Gambier Islands?

If you are like me, you've never heard of these islands, but I (along with three of my colleagues) joined an expedition to go there.

By: Mark McGrouther, Category: Science, Date: 05 Sep 2014

Strange deep-sea life form discovered

A new type of marine animal resembling mushroom-shaped jellyfish has scientists stumped.

By: Lisa Robinson, Category: Science, Date: 04 Sep 2014

Our Global Neighbours: Polynesian Brothers and Sisters

Your friend is an ocean away – an incredible Polynesian estate.

By: Dr Stan Florek, Category: Science, Date: 04 Sep 2014

Egyptian Past: Holy Cow

The double life of the Goddess of love and pleasure.

By: Dr Stan Florek, Category: Science, Date: 29 Aug 2014

How DNA Sampling is helping the Aviation Industry

Wildlife strikes (aka birdstrikes and airstrikes) are common at airports all over the world. Our new video is helping to manage the risk.

By: Dr Rebecca Johnson, Dr Greta Frankham, Category: Science, Date: 29 Aug 2014

Urban real estate guide for empty nesters

A new survey of tree hollows and their occupants points to a competitive housing market for urban wildlife

By: Dr Richard Major, Category: Science, Date: 29 Aug 2014

Our Global Neighbours: Pieces from La Ferrassie

The role of a French Palaeolithic site in the story of human evolution

By: Dr Stan Florek, Category: Science, Date: 26 Aug 2014

Manta alfredi: Krefft’s Devil Ray

In 1868 Prince Alfred visited the colony, falling victim to a murder attempt. Surviving, his name was patron to a new species of Manta Ray.

By: Elizabeth McKinnon, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 22 Aug 2014

Can seaworms help develop marine parks?

The distribution of seaworms may help identify which marine areas warrant higher levels of protection

By: Dr Pat Hutchings, Prof. Bill Gladstone, Category: Science, Date: 22 Aug 2014

Information graphics with bite

We show you how a venom apparatus works.

By: Anna Namuren, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 21 Aug 2014