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The puzzling reproductive patterns of Australia’s longest venomous snake have been uncovered by a Charles Darwin University student.
This week the foundations were laid for the 40 meter high flux tower at the Litchfield Park.
A survey has revealed many Daly River catchment residents would be comfortable with a level of land development for economic purposes in the region.
Research into the impacts of sewage effluent on a marine sponge species located in waters around Darwin Harbour has uncovered some surprising results.
Australians must prepare now if we are to save all our birds as the climate changes.
In an intensive effort to better understand the role of feral cats in native mammal decline, two cat-exclosure fences have been built in Kakadu National Park.
An innovative new database compiling information about crocodilian attacks world-wide could help with future conservation efforts of the species’.
Cattle producers and scientists are teaming up on a new project to manage agile wallaby numbers, which are booming across Top End pastoral lands.
An exhibition that captures the world-famous Galapagos Islands will open in Darwin next week to celebrate the ties between Charles Darwin University and Ecuadorian researchers and students.
A book detailing the devastating impact of one of Australia’s most successful invasive species and the lessons that can be learned from the “unintended consequences” of species’ introduction will be launched this week (Friday, 15 November).
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