Which tree will be crowned Australia's favourite? Go out on a limb and vote for your most loved species.
'Land of milk and honey': Australian cave-dwelling weevils and 'babysitting' ants among new species named
The CSIRO has released details of 139 new species to have been identified in the past year, including an ant that 'babysits' the caterpillars of a rare butterfly.
"Tree hugger" is often used as a slur, but the term is believed to stem from a brutal massacre in India that laid the roots for modern-day peaceful resistance.
Birds love them, bees love them and we love them! Can you spot the natives in our tree-mendous quiz?
The scientist credited with inventing Gaia theory has been celebrated by everyone from the New-Age movement to nuclear power advocates. But what is the late James Lovelock's lasting legacy to science?
Eucalypts may look ancient, but they took over Australia in a surprisingly short period of time. Here's how they became an evolutionary success story.
The South-East Asian country's archaeological sites suffered widespread looting during civil conflicts between the 1960s and 1990s.Posted
It's been 10 years since NASA's rover landed on the Red Planet to search for evidence that billions of years ago, Mars had the conditions to support life. Along the way, its cameras have captured some striking images.Posted Updated
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