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Hide and Seek wins Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition in 2018
A mesmerising image of a school of fish fleeing from predators, ‘Hide and Seek’ by Malaysia-based, British photographer, has won the 2018 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year.
Whales | Tohorā — Discover the giants of the ocean
Discover the incredible world of whales when major international exhibition Whales | Tohorā opens on 20 October at the Australian Museum (AM).
New discovery by Australian and American researchers reveals ancient, super-snouted dolphins fed in a similar way to swordfish.
A team of Australian and American palaeontologists reveals ancient, super-snouted dolphins fed by sweeping their snouts through the water to hit and stun fish.
Australian Museum's collection and asset value increased to $1 billion
The Australian Museum’s (AM) Annual Report 2017-18 revealed that the Museum’s collection and assets have been revalued upwards to $1billion.
Professor Tim Flannery re-joins Australian Museum in New Climate Change Role
The Australian Museum increases its commitment to raise awareness and research around impacts of climate change by appointing Prof. Flannery as Distinguished Visiting Fellow.
Capturing Nature: Early photography at the Australian Museum 1857 – 1893
New exhibition at the Australian Museum reveals Australia’s earliest scientific photography from 1857 to 1893.
Australian Museum Forensics combats illegal wildlife trade of echidnas
Forensics combat illegal wildlife trade of echidnas
Regional NSW to host largest and most significant minerals exhibition in Australia in boon for local tourism
The Australian Museum (AM) will tour its world-renowned Albert Chapman Mineral Collection to the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst, in regional NSW.
HumanNature Lecture Series at the Australian Museum
International scholars explore the most pressing issues of our day in this thought-provoking eight-part evening lecture series.
Sea monsters evolve surprisingly similar teeth
A team of Australian and American palaeontologists have found that a diverse range of ancient aquatic species, including pliosaurs, fossil whales and aquatic dinosaurs all evolved similar features on their teeth.