Posts by Georgia Kelleher
Whale sharks seen mating on Ningaloo Reef, exciting scientists
For the first time at the world heritage-listed area, whale sharks, the world's biggest fish, have been captured on film attempting to mate.
Feeling nauti? We’ve got a quiz for that
In honour of World Oceans Day this week, we’ve looked beyond the shore to test your knowledge and hopefully provide a few more facts on our great blue planet.
Dungeons and Dragons and fish: an abyssmal adventure
It’s World Oceans Day and we’re going to drag you down into the abyss, where we can determine if truth really is stranger than fiction.
From oceanic critters to the oceanic frontier: our researchers navigating the Indian Ocean
Our researchers are aboard RV Investigator, travelling along an Indian Ocean route that was last studied 60 years ago, looking at how the oceans have changed with the climate.
Eco living: To renovate or rebuild?
When it comes down to what’s greener, renovating often beats rebuilding. However, exactly what's done with the remodelled or rebuilt house makes an enormous difference.
Curious Kids: Why are there waves?
When you look at the waves breaking at the beach, those waves might be at the end of a long journey. They could have been created far away, or just nearby.