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Amphibian Conservation in South-East Asia
Dr Jodi Rowley has been recording midnight frog calls in Vietnam, Cambodia and southern China to inform future conservation programs.
Public Response to Taxidermy Mounts
Becky Hitchens, a student at Durham University, Museum and Artefact Studies program asks if we have any information about the public's reaction to taxidermy mounts.
Students speak for biodiversity
As part of the 2010 International Year of Biodiversity180 students from 11 high schools gave oral presentations about their biodiversity learning projects in the theatre at the Australian Museum.
BBC Life - Convict Fish footage
Convict Fish dig extensive tunnel networks from which huge numbers of striped juveniles emerge. This spectacular footage from the BBC Life series showcases the species.
BBC Life - Common Seadragon footage
The 'Fish' episode of the BBC Life series aired on television last night. The Common Seadragon footage is simply stunning!
The Keeping Place Exhibition Launch
The Australian Museum launched an exhibition of amazing traditional and contemporary Indigenous Australian artworks.
A radiation of river snails in Madagascar
Did Madagascar's famous biodiversity evolve on the island itself or did it arrive from the African continent? Malacologist Frank Kohler reports.
Biological collections are ecological research tools
In an article in Biological Reviews, Australian Museum Senior Fellow Dr Graham Pyke and Stanford Universitys' Professor Paul Ehrlich, discuss the increasing use of biological collections in museums and herbaria to address environmental and ecological research issues.
Follow Education Services on Twitter
You can use Twitter to find out about news and events for teachers and students at the Australian Museum.
Sustainable Exhibition Design Workshop
The second Sustainable Exhibition Design Workshop was held in Sydney on Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 April 2010.The workshop allowed museum exhibition and graphic designers to share sustainable design solutions with an emphasis on practical advice and case studies and including a focus on l