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Collections & Research Building
The Research & Collections Building brings together much of the natural history collection in a purpose-built facility.
Manta alfredi: Krefft’s Devil Ray
In 1868 Prince Alfred visited the colony, falling victim to a murder attempt. Surviving, his name was patron to a new species of Manta Ray.
Remembering Great Grandfather and Trustee
The legacy of Reuter Emerich Roth at the Australian Museum.
Heading south: Mawson and the Australasian Antarctic Expedition
In December 1911, the Australasian Antarctic Expedition set sail from Hobart and into the history books.
Harry Burrell Glass Plate Negative Collection
Harry (Henry J) Burrell was keen photographer, and this collection documents his wide interest in Australian native fauna.
Frank Hurley Photograph Collection
Over 1000 images created by the professional photographer and film maker Frank Hurley in Papua New Guinea from 1921 to 1923.
The drawings of Sarah Stone - pages 91 to 137
This collection of drawings is one of the treasures of the Australian Museum Research Library. Explore the illustrations of Sarah Stone. Gallery 3 of 3
A Pride of Lions
A group of African lions first installed in the Museums entrance area in 1910 have recently made a spectacular comeback. Three of the original four have now been placed in the revamped atrium area - and look as arresting as they did back then.
The crocodiles -- an open and shut case
Happenings this week on the crocodile case project ...
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.