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40 days of FrogID: citizen scientists hop to the challenge of saving frogs
Australia's first national frog count has already made leaps and bounds in helping to conserve some of our most threatened animals
Behind the Scenes with the Aboriginal Archaeology Department
University of Sydney intern Rachelle Ayoub shares experiences from her internship in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Archaeology.
New species of Horned Frog discovered
A new frog species with flashy red thighs has just been revealed from the rugged forests of northern Vietnam and southern China
Prima Hidayoza – Intern in Pacific and International Collections
Prima in her own words - a participant in the Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program.
An important ‘type’ of specimen
Staff from AMRI mammal collection published the first catalogue of mammal type specimens in the Collection since Krefft's list of 1864.
Global collaboration delivers new test to improve forensic identification of rhino horn
The Australian Museum's Australian Centre for Wildlife Genomics (ACWG) has collaborated globally to develop an identification test for seized rhino horn.
A tale of many tails!
On a seemingly unremarkable hill in north Queensland something remarkable appears to be happening to wallaby's tails.
Waterlogged and weary but wowed!
Marine biodiversity of the Southwest Pacific amazes.
Retracing the pathways of invasive marine worms in Australia and New Zealand
Using genetics, AMRI scientists investigated the pathways of an invasive Mediterranean fan worm as a basis for future biosecurity policies.
The impact of a disease on Southeast Asian frogs: a first look
A potentially deadly pathogen is infecting frogs in Vietnam, but is it causing frog population declines?
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.