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Detective work uncovers the true identity of some Aussie frogs
It's taken some serious investigation across three countries to solve some 150 year old mysteries about two Australian frog species.
Treasures podcast ep 7: The platypus rug and the lyre bird
Kim McKay and Charles Wooley ponder the beautiful platypus rug and what it tells us about the changing attitudes towards our native fauna.
Science on the Road – Far West Tour
The AM team traversed 3000 kilometres in two weeks to bring science to 350 students from Dubbo to Broken Hill.
Where did all the tiny brown frogs come from?
How small brown frogs are helping us understand the drivers of biodiversity in Asia.
Treasures podcast ep 4: The strange obsessions of Australia’s greatest crab collector
In the 1940s, naturalist Mel Ward created the Gallery of Natural History and Native Art in the Blue Mountains, exhibiting some 25,000 crabs.
Treasures podcast ep 3: Charles Darwin and the curator’s chair
In 1874, Museum Curator Gerard Krefft espoused Darwin's theory of evolution. The Board of Trustees were less than impressed.
Nemo won’t find home in an acidified ocean
As oceans become more acid, senses larval fishes need to navigate will become dysfunctional.
Cosmopolitan species: do they exist?
Cosmopolitan species are reported to occur globally in most habitats from the intertidal to abyssal depths, but can the records be trusted?
Treasures podcast ep 2: The great gold nugget and the cricket stumps
In the early 1800s, Sydney was the kind of town where you might win and lose your fortune in a single day.