Sex reversal in reptiles is widespread and a powerful evolutionary force.
The newly released book Rays of the World is the first illustrated guide to the world’s 633 known species of stingrays, skates, electric rays and sawfishes.
Last week a broadnose sevengill shark washed ashore our Australian National Fish Collection facility, donating its body to science.
With a predicted increase in the average temperature this summer, entomologists are forecasting an increase in insect activity.
Australians increasingly rely on sea transportation, but this is putting us on a collision course – literally – with whales, turtles and other marine life.
Refreshed and salty from its travels along the Ningaloo Reef, our favourite underwater robot Starbug X has been shining a light on some of the secrets beneath the world-heritage waters.
Egg-laying mosquitoes have been found in more than 20% of domestic rainwater tanks inspected in Melbourne homes. What can we do to keep them out?
Our recently published Oil Spill Monitoring Handbook provides world-class science, not just on oil spill clean ups, but the monitoring and restoration that follows.
Our national parks play a vital role in protecting our native plants.