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Kambarumba Village, Sepik River.

Kambarumba Village, Sepik RiverKambarumba village,is on the Sepik river in Papua New Guinea the whole of the Sepik people hold the crocodile in reverence, it’s ...
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Triton Shell

Triton Shell.Well can’t say I’ve ever seen a Triton shell eating a starfish until today!Triton shells are one of the few natural predators of crown ...
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Headdress of the Paupans.

Headdress of the Papuans Papuans and the birds of paradise have long shared a unique relationship.Using bird of paradise plumes in their dress and rituals, ...
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Anemone

AnemoneStriking purple colours of the underside of an anemone as it closes up to eat, with a family of pink anemone fish mingling around ...
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The Facial Tattoos of Oro Province, Papua New Guinea

The Facial Tattoos of Oro ProvinceThe Facial Tattoos of Oro Province are one of the more visually intriguing things about the local villagers in this ...
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Misool Marine Reserve South Raja Indonesia

Misool Marine Reserve South Raja Indonesia Misool, marine reserve is working, a recent scientific survey analysed fish biomass at several sites within the Misool Marine Reserve, ...
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Mobula Ray

Mobula RayLooking into the eye of this dead mobula ray we found on the bottom on the ocean floor while snorkelling.In recent years, manta rays ...
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Komodo Dragons, largest lizards on the planet

Oh look what we came across snorkelling today some Komodo dragons. Just kidding.... we didn’t snorkel with them.But these beauties are the largest lizards on ...
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What does a Naturalist actually do??

What does a Naturalist actually do?? People ask.... Well, the definition based in the dictionary is “an expert in or student of natural history.” We ...
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Waterbuffalo, Bulo River Station

Water buffalo were imported to Australia in the 19th century to supply meat to remote northern settlements.The settlements and their buffalo were abandoned in 1949 ...
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How To Save Australia’s Most Endangered Animals

Australia has a diverse and incredible range of critically endangered animals…   What does critically endangered mean:   There are many different organisations categorising threatened species, and all are slightly different, let’s focus on Australia’s. You...

What to do if a Wolf Spider Bites

Precautions should be taken with any spider bite, especially when you are not sure what type of spider has bitten you. You should observe and monitor the bite area, and watch for any rapid changes.   How to identify a Wolf Spider Bite    More often than not...

What is the Recommended First Aid Treatment for a Snake Bite?

When you know how to successfully treat a snake bite, it could mean the difference between your survival and death:   You need to take first aid for snake bite seriously.   What you need to know about a snake bite   Lets look at this from the fact that...

Australian Sea Lions

Those eyes....heart breakers, puppies of the sea. Australian sea lions are endangered, due to the fact they only breed at the same spots they were born at, and won’t re-colonise other locations like fur seals do. They are inquisitive and so get tangled in marine...

Busstleton

Busselton is a city on the southwest tip of Western Australia. It's known for its sheltered beach and seasonal humpback whale populations. The beachfront features the 19th-century Busselton Jetty. This wood pier stretches nearly 2km to the Underwater Observatory,...

Northcliffe Western Australia

Northcliffe is a town located in the lower South West region of Western Australia, about 28 kilometres south of the town of Pemberton.  This work, called Rising From the Ashes, commemorates the biggest bushfire in recent WA history. The February 2015 Northcliffe...

Bremer Bay, Western Australia

Bremer Bay is a coastal town situated on the south coast of Western Australia in the Great Southern region between Albany and Esperance, at the mouth of the Bremer River. Bremer Bay is 515 kilometres southeast of the state capital, Perth, and 180 kilometres east of...

Woody Island

Woody Island is an island off the south coast in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia.Woody island is one of more than 100 islands that make up the Recherche Archipelago just off Esperance. This little nature’s treasure trove has amazing bird life,...

Pearson Island, Great Australian Bight.

Pearson Island is an island located in the Australian state of South Australia within the Pearson Isles an island group located in the larger group known as the Investigator Group about 63 kilometres southwest by west of Cape Finniss on the west coast of Eyre...

East Sepik River, Papua New Guinea

East Sepik River, Papua New GuineaThe spirit and connection to crocodiles in the Sepik River are fascinating from the scarification to manhood, to their carvings, beliefs and way of life around these animals.The people in the villages along the Sepik River and its...