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Endeavour Sports High School visits the Australian Museum
The Australian Museum education team welcome more than 47,000 students through the door each year for self-guided and educator-led programs.
Interactive map: Finalist images of the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2018
Browse the interactive map showing the locations, species information and photographer statements for each of the 99 finalist images.
Podcast – Lunchtime Lecture Series: Ita Buttrose
Listen to legendary Australian editor and feminist icon Ita Buttrose in conversation with AM Director Kim McKay.
Beautiful beetles and a bit of a headache
Defining, grouping and naming stag beetle species has turned out to be difficult but fun.
Citizen scientists and rare beetles: a win win for everybody
There’s a proverb about repairing lightbulbs that works well for rare beetles too: "many hands make light work".
Live at the AM podcast: Humannature series – Alice Te Punga Somerville
Alice Te Punga Somerville, University of Waikato, gives her talk, 'Taupata, taro, roots, earth: the (Indigenous) politics of gardening'.
The hidden abundance of frogs
The sheer number of frogs that live in healthy ecosystems- from wetlands to deserts- may surprise you!
Ongoing speciation in southern semislugs
Helicarion semislugs are abundant from Tasmania to mid-NSW, but how many species are there?
Interview: Nature photographer Justin Gilligan
Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2018 finalist Justin Gilligan reveals his process and the stories behind the images.
A massive month of celebrating science at the AM
August was a huge month for AMRI as science took centre stage at the museum.