In just the last 60 years alone, deliberately or accidentally introduced invasive species have cost the Australian economy AUD$389.59 billion, a new analysis has revealed, with […]
A team of researchers have surveyed the introduced population of platypuses on Kangaroo Island, revealing that the species may be on the road to recovery following […]
Recreational hunting — especially hunting of charismatic species for their trophies —raises ethical and moral concerns. Yet recreational hunting is frequently suggested as a way to […]
The fragmentation of lizard habitat across Australia brought about by Ice Age aridification millions of years ago could lead to smaller current populations having a reduced […]
Cage diving with an apex predator such as a white shark is a high adrenaline experience, but it can also change participants’ views on shark conservation […]
Flinders University is preparing for the arrival of two captive bred Little Penguins, which will move into the University’s state-of-the-art Biology Discovery Centre today (February 14).
New findings suggest that the ecology of blue whales – the largest living animal – has recently changed due to human activities.
Dr Guido Parra wants to better protect Australia’s marine mammals from the threats of habitat degradation, pollution and other human impacts.