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Sir David Attenborough becomes Lifetime Patron
Today world-renowned naturalist and global treasure Sir David Attenborough paid a visit to the Australian Museum.
DNA Evidence Combats Trafficking
Forensic scientists at the Australian Museum use our DNA library to help authorities crackdown on the illegal wildlife trade globally.
The search for the Peppered Tree Frog has begun
My search for a tiny frog that hasn't been seen for more than 40 years has commenced
Taxidermist Extraordinaire - Jane Tost - Our First Female Employee
In 1864 the Museum employed its first professional female staff member - Jane Tost, taxidermist and business woman extraordinaire.
Glitter restored – The Holtermann Nugget
Did you know we have a newly-restored replica of the largest single mass of gold ever found?
Not for the faint of heart, Preparator Katrina McCormick talks taxidermy and skeleton prep at the Australian Museum.
Tahitian Taumi - Warrior’s Breastplates
Gorgets collected by Captain James Cook during his three voyages to the Pacific Islands.
Searching for giant panda…..poo
On a mountain in China a giant panda spends hours sitting eating but there is no time for us to sit when trying to understand panda diet.
Estuarine mussel species variation and management
Patterns of genetic variation in the native Australian mussel Xenostrobus securis show that every estuary can be evolutionarily important.
Our Global Neighbours: Reflection on Kwaio
How indigenous tribal people of Malaita in the Solomon Islands bypassed industrial revolution and (possibly) capitalism.