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Tony Bugeja at his dam, on his sugarcane farm, Mackay, North Queensland © WWF-Aus / Kerry Trapnell
Today on World Wildlife Day WWF-Australia is celebrating evidence that the vulnerable main ...
2 Mar 2017
When bushfires tore through vital quokka habitat in Western Australia’s southern forests i ...
Award winning photographer James Morgan's collection of our beloved Great Barrier Reef.
Understanding more about these elusive dolphins is important if we are to protect them.
The stark fire reality of the Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia is a hot topic.
27 Feb 2017
We've put together a special photo gallery to celebrate some of the different whale specie ...
22 Feb 2017
Some small seeds have a big role to play in conservation.
21 Feb 2017
Our dietary choices not only affect our own health, but the health of the planet.
17 Feb 2017
We're using cutting edge technology to solve hawksbill migration mysteries.
14 Feb 2017
We've put together a special photo gallery celebrating the great lengths some animals will ...
How can aquaculture help feed a growing population without destroying our natural environm ...
13 Feb 2017
FAQs: WWF-Australia's involvement in the Tasmanian salmon farming industry
Earlier this week we were shocked when we received photos from a concerned citizen of a tu ...
9 Feb 2017
If you have ever dreamt of going to Antarctica, you’ll be jealous of the team at Huffingto ...
WWF-Australia's photogallery highlights wildlife photographer Georgina Steytler and her be ...
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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.