Lumps, hair, soreness and bumps - 'embarrassing' body issues aren't solely happening to humans
Creatures in our oceans are helping sea-grass thrive by ferrying pollen between plants.
Life at the bottom of the social ladder can be damaging to health – even for monkeys.
Perhaps the wellbeing of our wildlife could end the country's divide on Daylight Savings Time?
Ants are fascinating; they occur in almost all ecosystems and can communicate effectively between each other. New research shows they're leaders in agriculture...
Is Australia's biosecurity operating as effectively as it should?
Rabbits were not meant to eat gum leaves, but they're starting to adapt.
New study shows 96% of devils released into the wild are still alive two years later.
Everyone roots for the iguana, but the snakes are just trying to get a meal.
The lizard's mouth structure is so specialised it can't even drink water directly.
A new museum exhibition showcasing our creepy eight-legged friends could help arachnophobes overcome their darkest fears.
The stunning analysis of a rare fossil might change how we look at dinosaurs.
One of the most popular fruit in the world is being ravaged by disease.
The planet is running out of cocoa butter, so we need a substitute.
We now have a new large dinosaur species, and the first fossilised sauropod skull to ever be found in Australia.
Animal prostheses are leading the way in human medicine, too.
Actual southpaws were involved in the study.
What we know could help create tomatoes that taste just fine after chilling.
Aussie scientists say that we have more time than previously thought to save threatened species from extinction.