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2015/07/31 21:09
2015/07/31 21:09
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There really is nothing like the experience of feeling your soul leak out from under you as Shane Warne reduces your top order to scree, or Australian tailenders render your previously impregnable...
2015/07/31 21:09
2015/07/31 21:09
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2015/07/31 16:15
2015/07/31 16:15
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Find out where the national bird outnumbers the human population two to one. "Remember the three rules," whispers Greg. "No talking, no flash photography and no getting closer than I am." We all nod...
2015/07/31 06:06
2015/07/31 06:06
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Marine iguanas loving the sunshine on the Galapagos Islands. Picture: Louise Browne IMAGINE a world where lizards graze under water, where the animals aren’t scared of you and the fish in their...
2015/07/31 05:26
2015/07/31 05:26
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KIM LANDERS: For years Australians have been at the forefront of research in the Antarctic. Now a onetime vet, turned marine scientist, has been put in charge of steering the nation's scientific and...
2015/07/31 05:05
2015/07/31 05:05
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Physicist and BBC presenter Brian Cox. Picture: Paul Stuart LIKE a five-year-old on Christmas morning, Professor Brian Cox was thrilled to see the first close-up images of Pluto. The popular TV...
2015/07/31 01:46
2015/07/31 01:46
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Matt Shirvington, Jodi Anasta, Braith Anasta, Mark Bosnich and Lara Pitt at News Corp's Come Together launch. Picture: Richard Dobson AUSTRALIA’S biggest media company unveiled game-changing...
2015/07/31 01:21
2015/07/31 01:21
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How a kilt-wearing Prince Philip insulted the King with a curtsey: CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV Prince Philip: The Plot To Make A King Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on Earth For...
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2015/07/30 07:17
2015/07/30 07:17
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... news Closure means cassowary deaths: vet A NORTH Queensland vet says he could be forced to euthanise injured and orphaned cassowaries after the closure of the only rehabilitation centre for...
2015/07/29 16:24
2015/07/29 16:24
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Getting to Grips with Science: A Fresh Approach for the Curious Andrew Morris Imperial College Press, 201pp, £19.00 I admit it. I didn’t get science. Well, Key Stage 4 science and beyond. It wasn't...
2015/07/29 12:47
2015/07/29 12:47
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The voice of The X Factor, Peter Dickson, is leaving after 11 years of providing voice-overs for the show – and that leaves a position to be filled. After the best 11 years with the X Factor, it's...
2015/07/27 17:45
2015/07/27 17:45
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Trudy the "corpse flower" is in full bloom — and stench — at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden. The titan arum plant, initially discovered in Sumatra, Indonesia in 1878, requires at minimum seven...
2015/07/26 12:46
2015/07/26 12:46
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Territorian crocodile researcher Adam Britton with freshwater crocodile Gumagan appeared in an episode of Steve Backshall's Deadly 60. ADAM Britton went swimming beside wild crocodiles — and lived to...
2015/07/26 10:04
2015/07/26 10:04
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A KISS and making up is inevitable after a cat fight. But these sisters are only play fighting. The pair is part of the African lion pride at Monarto Zoo and The Advertiser captured them enjoying the...
2015/07/25 21:42
2015/07/25 21:42
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David Attenborough is to narrate The Hunt, a television series from the team behind the BBC's groundbreaking Planet Earth program. ADVERTISEMENT From executive producer Alastair Fothergill and series...
2015/07/24 12:04
2015/07/24 12:04
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THERE’S something in the water at Monarto Zoo, as the success of the zoo’s breeding programs continues. Monarto will welcome three new babies to its family over the next three months — two...
2015/07/24 07:34
2015/07/24 07:34
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SUPPLIEDThis species was formerly confused with P. capensis from the Kamiesberg region in Namaqualand. Kimberley - A team of scientists has recently discovered a spectacularly coloured new species of...
2015/07/24 02:26
2015/07/24 02:26
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Dawson's burrowing bees leaving 'drill hole' trails across WA's Gascoyne A native species of bee, unique to Western Australia's north-west, is leaving a distinct trail across the Gascoyne region, as...
2015/07/23 16:05
2015/07/23 16:05
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SHE has clocked up a staggering 80,000km cycling across Australia, Africa and Russia. But that’s nothing compared with WA adventurer Kate Leeming’s next feat. The veteran long-distance cyclist is...
2015/07/23 11:01
2015/07/23 11:01
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... a formal dance, especially one held by a high school or college class at the end of an academic year Well that's clearly cobblers. Never mind your sweaty adolescents in ill-fitting hired suits...
2015/07/23 07:49
2015/07/23 07:49
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Cats, clones and Lego in the BBC’s commercial future The corporation accused of being predatory at home is taking steps to thrive abroad Clara (Jenna Coleman) from the forthcoming series of the BBC’s...
2015/07/31 21:09
2015/07/31 21:09
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