A mysterious giant species of rhinoceros — named the Siberian unicorn due to its enormous single horn —survived in Russia until 36,000 years ago. Yet many of the species it shared a habitat with still survive today. Here's why.
While graziers are celebrating the rising green grass following record-breaking falls in parts of western Queensland, palaeontologists are also excited — by the potential of rising fossils.
A coast-hugging road trip is a well-known, must-do Australian holiday, but a new tourism campaign encourages tourists to go west to outback Queensland.