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Audience Research - What is audience research? The link should now work. Thanks for alerting us to this, Linda! Ondine Evans 9.06 AM, 12 June 2009
Audience Research - What is audience research? Hi Lynda The link to your paper is broken [http://australianmuseum.net.au/Audience-Research-What-is-audience-research]... linday 9.06 AM, 12 June 2009
Common Ringtail Possum Hi Joel - the Common Ringtail Possum, although definitely under pressure from predators such as cats,... Ondine Evans 4.06 PM, 11 June 2009
Wolf spider burrow with lid closed its a great photo good shot:) lachlanroberts8 12.06 PM, 11 June 2009
How do we know that climate is changing? Fascinating stuff. So many questions: How can we as humans stop the progress? Is there anything we as... joel-tremblay 12.06 PM, 11 June 2009
Phantom Phasmids That sounds like an amazing adventure - worthy of a documentary or a movie. Are there any photos of this... joel-tremblay 7.06 AM, 10 June 2009
Common Ringtail Possum I've seen these around our house at night - though not as often as in the past. What is the conservation... joel-tremblay 11.06 PM, 09 June 2009
Peron's Tree Frog I always wondered what these pale grey frogs were called - now I know - a "Peron's Tree Frog". Thank... joel-tremblay 11.06 PM, 09 June 2009
A deepsea anglerfish, Bufoceratias wedli Hi Jenny, Thanks for your comment. The species lives at depths between 300 m and 1750 m. Mark Mark McGrouther 12.06 PM, 09 June 2009
Reducing our carbon footprint Join the Museum's Climate Change Facebook group Lynda Kelly 7.06 AM, 09 June 2009
A deepsea anglerfish, Bufoceratias wedli An amazing photo! How deep below the surface do these fish live? jenny-gruber 11.06 PM, 08 June 2009
Koala Interesting information about the Aboriginal term for koala meaning "no drink". Is it known which region... jenny-gruber 11.06 PM, 08 June 2009
Australian Pelican I had no idea pelicans ate seagulls (even if only during periods of starvation)! The attached photo is... jenny-gruber 11.06 PM, 08 June 2009
Moon Jelly We often see Moon Jellyfish floating down Lane Cove River in Sydney (see the attached photo). But I had... jenny-gruber 10.06 PM, 08 June 2009