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In this issue

World's most hunted - Aussie scientists take on the wildlife poachers.
Urban wilderness - the remarkable life beneath Sydney's waters.
Age of enlightenment - Captain Cook's botanist

Aussie ‘otters'

Our biggest rat is a surprisingly endearing water creature with glossy fur and fabulous whiskers.

Aussie ‘otters'

3 mins

Turtle Troubles

A native turtle decimated by a mystery killer disease is being brought back from the brink of extinction with community help.

Turtle Troubles

2 mins

Wildlife CSI

Australian science is catching up with illegal traffickers of precious wildlife.

Wildlife CSI

6 mins

Fruits Of The Sea

To the people of Arnhem Land, shellfish and other sea creatures nourish a link to country and culture.

Fruits Of The Sea

3 mins

Sir Joseph Banks And His Florilegium

It has been 250 years since naturalist Joseph Banks sailed to the Pacific with James Cook aboard HMB Endeavour. During the voyage, Banks and his team made the first scientific collections of Australian flora. Their specimens were sketched by Sydney Parkinson, whose pioneering illustrations were published last year.

Sir Joseph Banks And His Florilegium

10+ mins

Sydney Submerged

There’s a wild world thriving in the meandering waterways and coastal strip of our largest city.

Sydney Submerged

10+ mins

Surviving The Kimberley

To experience the predicament that almost killed two stranded German aviators in 1932, a modern-day adventurer sets off solo into the Kimberley with only minimal supplies.

Surviving The Kimberley

8 mins

Flocking Back To Wool

When our Test cricketers run onto the pitch they wear wool grown in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia. The region’s hardy flocks and their enterprising producers provide a neat snapshot of today’s Australian wool industry.

Flocking Back To Wool

10 mins

Arkaba Adventure

Rimmed by spectacular ochre-coloured cliffs and wending its way past ancient red gums and through wildflower-studded grasslands, this four-day Flinders Ranges walk is a captivating must-do.

Arkaba Adventure

8 mins

Great Ocean Walk

From cliff-top vistas to surf-pounded beaches and eucalypt woodlands, this multi-day trek showcases the best of coastal Victoria.

Great Ocean Walk

7 mins

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Australian Geographic Magazine Description:

PublisherAustralian Geographic Holdings Pty Ltd

CategoryScience

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

Australian Geographic is a bi-monthly magazine that was founded in 1986. Australian Geographic features articles on a wide range of topics related to Australia's natural history, environment, and culture. It also features stunning photography and illustrations.

Here are some of the features of Australian Geographic Magazine:

* Stunning photography: Australian Geographic features stunning photography of Australia's natural world. The magazine's photographers have won numerous awards for their work.
* Expert writing: Australian Geographic features articles written by experts on a variety of topics related to Australia's natural history, environment, and culture.
* In-depth features: Australian Geographic features in-depth features on a variety of topics. These features are often accompanied by stunning photography and illustrations.
* Travel stories: Australian Geographic features travel stories about Australia's natural wonders. These stories are a great way to plan your next adventure.
* Conservation stories: Australian Geographic features stories about the challenges facing Australia's natural environment. These stories are a call to action to help protect our natural heritage.

If you are interested in learning more about Australia's natural world, then Australian Geographic Magazine is a great resource. It is a beautiful and informative magazine that will inspire you to explore Australia's wild places.

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