Zookeepers say they have successfully fostered an orphaned tree kangaroo with a surrogate wallaby.
The 20-foot basking shark, caught by accident in Australia, will go to a museum for further study.
President Obama, Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey and kangaroos have at least one thing in common: they’re all left-handed.
Fear is growing over an incredibly strong invasive fish that can climb on land, live for extended periods outside of water, and choke its predators to death.
Australia's invasive cane toads are tough to kill, so researchers tried making toadsicles: it's humane and effective, they say.
Turtle hatchlings on Australia's Curtis Island have trouble finding the sea due to light from nearby industrial development.
The 13.5-foot female was checking out the camera equipment during Shark Week filming in Australia.
The juvenile female is only the second sighting in Australia and one of the few globally of the species.
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