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Tony Bugeja at his dam, on his sugarcane farm, Mackay, North Queensland © WWF-Aus / Kerry Trapnell
Happy Halloween! Check out these strange and terrifying facts about animals that’ll send a ...
31 Oct 2017
Last week was one of my most rewarding weeks working as a marine scientist for more than t ...
26 Oct 2017
We love birds. In this week's photo gallery, we look at WWF-Australia's long history worki ...
25 Oct 2017
WWF-Australia and our partners are planting trees for koalas in Hidden Vale in Southeast Q ...
23 Oct 2017
Happy World Wombat Day! How well do you know Australia’s favourite stubby marsupial? Test ...
22 Oct 2017
WWF-Australia is working to breed the fiercely cute eastern quoll and bring them back to m ...
19 Oct 2017
In this week's gallery, learn more about Adelie penguins and why we need to protect their ...
17 Oct 2017
It’s a sensational feeling when a species that’s thought to be locally extinct is found!
12 Oct 2017
In this week's gallery, explore Albatross Island, and find out what we're doing to save th ...
11 Oct 2017
Last week a crack team of two scientists and a photographer ventured to Albatross Island. ...
10 Oct 2017
WWF-Australia has an eggcellent solution to help the shy albatross.
8 Oct 2017
Conservation doesn't always go smoothly. Sometimes you end up between a rock and a hard pl ...
6 Oct 2017
Maya is a specially trained conservation detection dog with a nose that sniffs out koala s ...
4 Oct 2017
In this week's gallery, meet 10 of the world's most unique, rare and downright strange spe ...
3 Oct 2017
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Koala numbers are plummeting due to weakened tree-clearing laws in Queensland.
The black-flanked rock-wallaby is threatened by fox and feral cat predation, habitat destruction, and competition for food and shelter.