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The Covid-19 culprit is us, not pangolins
Dr. Robert Breiman is an MD and a professor of Global Health and Infectious Diseases at Emory University.
Giant robber crab nabs camera worth $6,000 before trashing it on Christmas Island
It seems Christmas Island's notorious robber crabs have truly earned their name after a suspected late-night burglary on the remote territory.
Great Barrier reef coral bleaching moves south, as sea temperatures spike
The Great Barrier Reef is facing one of the most widespread coral bleaching events on record, as water temperatures in the Coral Sea spike.
To overcome bushfires and floods, Australian agriculture needs to innovate and collaborate
There's a reason Australian tourism ads feature panning shots of untouched remote beaches and valleys lined with vineyards.
King penguin usually seen en route to Antarctica spotted on Tassie mainland
A second king penguin has been spotted on mainland Tasmania, with one wildlife officer calling the sighting especially rare "unless you're on a tourist ship...
Native fish rescued after bushfires, rainfall and predators threaten their survival
There is hope two species of endangered native fish will survive in the wild, despite bushfires and damaging rainfall events in their habitat.
Dozens of Koalas Found 'Massacred' After Their Habitat Was Destroyed
Every Victorian can rightly feel not only appalled, deeply saddened and heartbroken, but angry.
Australia to add 3.6GW of new solar and wind to grid in 2020
Industry statistician Rystad Energy on Tuesday said it expected utility wind and solar projects totaling 3.6GW of capacity to complete commissioning this calendar year...
Fire-ravaged environment may 'never recover', expert warns
As a mega-fire continues to burn in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area near Sydney, concern about the future of some of the region's unique flora and fauna is increasing.
The sweet relief of rain after bushfires threatens disaster for our rivers
Generally, bushfire ash comprises organic carbon and inorganic elements such as nitrogen, phosphorous and metals such as copper, mercury and zinc.