The answer is much more interesting than “because they can”, according to an Adelaide zoology professor.
Scientists say that marine microbes in the ocean could act as “canaries in the coalmine” for the impact of climate change.
New research shows birds listen in on other species’ conversations.
Weighing 15 tonnes and smelling like a mix of mouldy cheese, seaweed and rotting meat, the process of preserving a whale can be uncomfortable work. Warning: Graphic content.
Cuttlefish breeding ground draws divers and tourists to visit Whyalla, SA. ‘Sepia latimanus’ are invertebrates similar to octopus. These molluscs inhabit shallow tropical coastal waters and migrate in winter.