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Eric Holland, a resident of Thurgoona in NSW, Australia, got the fright of his life when he saw a metre long goanna scaling his property

Echidnas Are the Rototillers of Australia | TakePart

The burrowing animals improve the continent's soil quality, but warming temperatures could limit how much time they spend digging.

Australian man finds massive lizard climbing his house.

Australian man finds a massive lizard climbing his house

<strong>May 4:</strong> A giraffe with a broken neck is photographed during a safari in the Serengeti region of Africa. A guide told South African photographer Mark Drysdale  that the giraffe hurt his neck fighting with another giraffe. Despite the injury, the animal has survived for at least five years.

Giraffe With Crooked Neck Keeps His Chin Up, Giraffes Like A Champ

Australian night parrot.

Australian night parrot legend lives on but bird remains as elusive as ever

Carpet python bites man in bed

An elderly Brisbane man gets a rude awakening with a bite from a cold, slithering carpet python he found across his neck as he slept early this morning.

"Little Lorikeet" by David Cook

Little Lorikeet (Glossopsitta pusilla) Adult bird perched on the trunk of a tree near a nest hollow.

The Atlas of Living Australia: Collect it, log it, use it - CSIRO blog

The Atlas of Living Australia: Collect it, log it, use it - CSIRO blog

An unseasonably warm winter sees more than 50,000 bats take up residence in a suburb in Brisbane's north.

Queensland, Australia :-( Mass bat deaths in record setting heatwave

A black-flanked rock wallaby captured on sensor camera near Parnngurr in Western Australia in 2014. Photograph: M Huber Three-year program to monitor and sustain an isolated population of black-flanked rock wallabies, aka joeys, in Western Australia has started to bear fruit A threatened species of wallaby has been thrown a lifeline by the work of Indigenous rangers in a remote part of Western Aus

Threatened wallaby species gets a lifeline thanks to Indigenous rangers

Three-year program to monitor and sustain an isolated population of black-flanked rock wallabies in Western Australia has started to bear fruit

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