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Tony Bugeja at his dam, on his sugarcane farm, Mackay, North Queensland © WWF-Aus / Kerry Trapnell
Plastics are deadly for marine wildlife. Vulnerable animals like turtles can get entangled ...
28 Jun 2018
You may not be familiar with his name, but his photos are instantly recognisable. Come beh ...
25 Jun 2018
Meet John Mooney, WWF-Australia's longest supporter.
19 Jun 2018
Celebrating 40 years in the field: WWF-Australia's conservation successes since 1978 in pi ...
5 Jun 2018
BREAKING NEWS: The vital laws to help stop excessive-tree clearing in QLD have just been p ...
3 May 2018
Immerse yourself in the extraordinary underwater world of northern Great Barrier Reef.
2 May 2018
What do watermelons and baby tapirs have in common...?
27 Apr 2018
Meet the well-dressed residents of the Antarctic’s icy islands.
24 Apr 2018
How a fishing net can cause so much devastation, and what we can do about it.
20 Apr 2018
Translocating the eastern quoll to their new home in Jervis Bay was a pretty emotional tim ...
10 Apr 2018
Take a look at some of the different animals enjoying their time in the limelight… and se ...
28 Mar 2018
Scientists and Traditional Owners traverse across the red dirt and rocky escarpments to fi ...
7 Mar 2018
In this week's photo gallery, see what it's like to study Antarctic whales in temperatures ...
16 Feb 2018
Ever wondered what it’s like to see the world through the eyes of a whale?
Wild, rugged and stinky. The journey to this remote island is no easy feat.
13 Feb 2018
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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.